Lucid Games director Colin Berry and Sony xDev’s John McLaughlin say that in an interview with Eurogamer. Sony xDev helped Lucid Games develop.
“We have a plan,” said McLaughlin. “The first few months we let people play the game, get used to it, and of course we look at the numbers and what people are playing. We have a plan for the next year, we have a lot of cool things to come, but we do want to stay in touch with the community and listen to what they say. It’s important that live services remain flexible, and that we listen to what people say. “
So it seems that while the developers have a plan to support the multiplayer game for at least a year, they do want to respond to what gamers think of the game and what feedback they provide.
Destruction AllStars is available for free download on PlayStation 5 for PlayStation Plus subscribers for two months starting today.