Harmonix will end the live service of its two-year-old DJ simulator, Fuser, on December 19th.
On that day, Fuser and its DLC will no longer be available for purchase. harmonics, and if you already own it, you’re limited to two game modes: Campaign and Quick Play.Developers have stopped releasing new paid DLC for Fuser Early 2022.
Fusioner is the latest music game from Harmonix. Players assume the role of a festival DJ trying to conquer the world of music.
Using the mixing table, players can mix and match different tracks from popular songs to create original remixes. The game has a Full His Story Mode and an Online Versus Mode, although the latter seems to end after sunset.
Harmonix was acquired by Epic Games in November 2021. At the time, the developer said it would “create the musical journey and gameplay of Fortnite,” continuing the release of Rock Band 4’s new DLC on December 1st.
on the same blog PositionHarmonics said they have “no plans to change how we support older games”, including Fuser, but plans and priorities are of course subject to change.
IGN’s Fuser review called it “the most promising attempt to revive the glory days of social music gaming.”
Jordan is a freelance writer at IGN covering games, shows and movies.