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Games can't be allowed to fail today. Titanfall 2 isn't getting the funds it requires to fix its online play on PC. Anthem was canceled during the course of its major overhaul. Fable Legends was canned before it could even fully launch. You either must be Fortnite, or die trying.
A developer's enthusiasm can be extremely insignificant to a publisher as well. Dragon Age 4 has been cancelled twice because of greater-level interference continually dictating game's direction. Metal Gear players who obviously prefer single-player games, received the co-op game, Metal Gear Survive in 2018. It's not even to get into all of the companies Activision Blizzard wastes on constant Call of Duty development.
Thank God Jagex started at a moment that was when it was still an independent company. The player base began to decline in the late 2000s an editor would probably have pulled the plug on the entire thing. It's true that Raven Software started laying people off, while Warzone earned billions of buy old school rs gold dollars, which means even success can spell disaster for the players behind the game.