Crash Team Rumble ends ongoing support with a massive battle pass featuring all previous seasons’ content

Online multiplayer team game Crash Team Rumble enters end of official support

After less than nine months since its June 2023 launch, online multiplayer team game Crash Team Rumble is coming to an end of its official support.

Players of Crash Team Rumble will receive a message from developer Toys for Bob when they reach the game’s main menu, confirming that March 4 will mark the final content update. Despite this, the game’s servers will remain active for regular players.

“The core game will still be live,” the message assures, “and players will have access to a free 500-tier battle pass that includes 104 new items. This will include all of the Battlepass content from Seasons 1 through 3, plus all the available event rewards.

“Additionally, Crash Coin purchases will be turned off, and players can use their existing Crash Coins to purchase tier skips for the Battlepass.”

While it marks the end of official support for the game, it is good to know that players will still be able to enjoy online gameplay for the time being, with the added benefit of a comprehensive battle pass being provided at no cost.

It was evident from the start that Crash Team Rumble faced challenges, as it was not a free-to-play title and included premium battle passes and microtransactions. The game also launched with limited content, featuring only a single mode and a few maps and characters.

Despite these setbacks, the game showed promise with its MOBA-lite format offering unique multiplayer action. While it remains uncertain how long the servers will stay active, the introduction of an extensive battle pass on March 4 indicates that the game may have a prolonged lifespan.

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