According to VGC, Ubisoft is nearing the end of development on its free-to-play sports title Sprint for Champions, just two months after it was released on May 25.
Journalist Jeff Grubb said on the Xbox Era podcast that Sprint for the Championship will be canceled after season 3, and he read about it from a source.
Previously announced in 2019 and launched in May 2022, Sprint for Champions is a free online sports game developed by Ubisoft. The game has only been updated for a few seasons since its launch.
According to a recent financial call from Ubisoft, Sprint for Champions is tracking data better than Ubisoft's now-canceled combat game Superhunt. However, the popularity of the data was modest, with fewer than 100 people watching the game on Twitch.
Superhunt City is also a free-to-play battle Royale game that launched in open beta in July 2020. However, just over a year after its release, Ubisoft stopped releasing major updates to the game.
During Thursday's financial call, Ubisoft also confirmed that it had canceled Ghost Recon: The Wire, Splinter Cell VR and two unannounced games. Avatar: Pandora's Borders will also be canceled. Games previously scheduled for 2022 will now be released in fy2023/2024.