While the likes of Planetside 2 and Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures continue to lead SOE's free-to-play charge, the company has revealed that the Acony-developed Bullet Run, released only six months ago, is due to close in March.
The multiplayer shooter is set in the near future with a The Running Man-esque theme, in which players join teams and battle others to the death as part of a reality TV game show.
The title will go offline on March 8, with any remaining subscriptions after February 1 cancelled, although in-game items will still be available for purchase up until the game is shut-down.
Notably, development studio Acony is also closing down alongside the game. "While we remain very proud of the game we created and the enjoyment that it gave a lot people, commercial realities have unfortunately made continued support for it unsustainable," the company said in a statement.
Acony's previous title, another free-to-play shooter called Parabellum, also closed down not long after launching online.