Bandai Namco, the renowned Japanese game publisher, has halted the downloads of its recently launched Gundam Metaverse, leaving enthusiasts and fans in suspense.
Released to the public in the United States and Japan on October 11, the Metaverse game was met with much anticipation and excitement.
However, within just one week, Bandai Namco pulled the plug on downloads, sparking a whirlwind of speculation and uncertainty in the gaming community.
The official statement from Bandai Namco merely offers an apology to those who were eagerly awaiting the game's launch, with the promise of a future notification regarding the resumption of downloads.
These speculations were fueled by images shared on social media platforms like Reddit and the Hong Kong news website HK01
While Bandai Namco has yet to reveal the underlying reasons for this pause, the situation has raised questions about the security and integrity of metaverse gaming experiences.
The gaming world eagerly awaits further updates from Bandai Namco, hoping for a swift resolution to this enigmatic pause and the opportunity to step into the immersive world of the Gundam Metaverse.