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Hero shooter Gigantic will shut down in July, following mass lay-offs at studio last year

Developer Motiga has announced that Gigantic, its colourful, free-to-play MOBA-meets-hero-shooter, will be shut down on July 31st this year. The news comes via the official Gigantic blog, which confirmed that the game's most recent update would also be its last. "The journey over these last few years was met with outstanding support from our players and we are all very proud of the incredible experience Gigantic is today," it said.
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