Boundary Reaching the End of the Line

An End of Service Notice on Steam has the news that support for Boundary will conclude at the end of this month (thanks DSOGaming). This multiplayer tactical shooter set in space launched in April 2023 and managed to sell 100,000 copies in 24 hours, but things haven't gone so well since. Publisher Skystone Games says it is dropping the project due to developer Studio Surgical Scalpels failing to deliver content or improvements to support it. Word is publishing rights have reverted to the developer, but it has decided to walk away from the project as well:
We have an important update regarding the future of Boundary. After careful consideration, Skystone has decided to relinquish the publishing rights for Boundary, effective at the end of June.

Over the past few months, there have been significant delays and a noticeable absence of content updates for Boundary. Despite our best efforts and support, the developer has been unable to deliver the necessary updates and improvements to keep the game thriving. This has led to growing concerns within our community, and we share your frustration.

Starting at the end of June, the developer will resume the publishing rights for Boundary. Unfortunately, the developer has made the difficult decision to cease all services for the game instead of continuing to run it in its current state.

We understand this news is disappointing for many of our dedicated players who have supported Boundary through its journey, and we are as sad as you are that Boundary will not see its full potential.

We want to thank each of you for your passion and patience. Your support has been invaluable, and we are deeply grateful for the community we have built together.