Ninja Concept is not growing Bleeding Edge, a 4 vs. 4 brawler that arrived on PC and Xbox One lower than a 12 months in the past. The sport will remain playable on each platforms, however there will not be any extra content material updates.
With the studio now specializing in our new tasks (Senua’s Saga, Undertaking Mara & The Perception Undertaking) we now have determined that there will likely be no additional content material updates for Bleeding Edge. The sport continues to be playable on Xbox and PC. Thanks to the followers & preserve teaming up & inflicting chaos!
— Bleeding Edge (@BleedingEdgeNT) January 28, 2021
Though Bleeding Edge had a strong idea and a nice-looking artwork model, it by no means discovered sufficient of a fanbase, as Polygon factors out. The sport had simply 480 concurrent gamers on common on Steam throughout its March 2020 launch month, in line with SteamCharts. The Steam participant depend has dwindled to a median of simply 4.1 over the past 30 days. So, whereas Bleeding Edge continues to be stay, you may not even discover sufficient individuals with whom to play a full match.
It isn’t too stunning that Microsoft-owned Ninja Concept has shifted assets elsewhere. Together with Project: Mara and The Insight Project, a sequel to Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is within the works. There is not any launch date as but for Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, nevertheless it’s coming to PC and Xbox Collection X.