It has been a roller-coaster ride for Westworld Mobile as it will officially close down on April 16. The game only started rolling out just months ago in June last year but it proves to be very short-lived. Although in-game purchases are no longer available, servers are still currently up before the game shuts down completely.
It finally spells an end to Westworld Mobile‘s developer, Warner Bros.’ predicament with Bethesda Softworks. A controversial incident that also involves Behaviour Interactive, Bethesda Softworks’ filed lawsuit has finally succeeded. The game has already disappeared from the App Store and Google Play, the official Twitter account has confirmed.
Westworld Mobile was a Fallout Shelter-like mobile game in which you can build your own virtual theme park. The controversy started when Behaviour Interactive helped both Warner Bros and Bethesda Softworks to develop Westworld Mobile and Fallout Shelter respectively. The reason why the game is almost the same as Fallout Shelter was because both games actually have the exact same game codes. You can read more about the incident here.
It was devastating news for players who have put in countless effort into playing the game in the past few months as Westworld Mobile‘s official Twitter account thanked the community for its enthusiasm and participation in the game for a final time.