Developer Toylogic announced on Twitter today that service for Happy Wars has come to an end on Windows 10 and Xbox 360. Service will continue for Xbox One, where players will still be able to take part in the quirky action game for the foreseeable future.
Happy Wars is a stylized online multiplayer battler that places up to 30 players against one another. There are multiple classes and game modes to choose from, mixing the action up quite a bit from match to match.
The game initially launched on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 with cross-play support in December of 2016. At the time, Toylogic also "[concluded] service" for the Steam version of the game. With Happy Wars' retirement from Xbox 360 and Windows 10, that leaves Xbox One as the sole place to jump into the game. Toylogic also has a game called Happy Dungeons available for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Happy Wars is free-to-play and is available for Xbox One now.
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