Sq. Enix’s Dragon Quest cellular sport will shut down in April


Square Enix introduced the top to its cellular sport Dragon Quest The Journey of Dai: A Hero’s Bonds. On April 26, the title will completely shut down, over two years after its launch. 

The iOS and Android sport launched in 2021 as an action-RPG from Japanese cellular developer DeNA, and one in all three video games primarily based on a manga spinning off from the writer’s beloved JRPG sequence. For Sq. Enix, the sport’s shutdown marks the finish to a different one in all Sq. Enix’s cellular endeavors.

“Following discussions on the challenges and practicalities of delivering this similar normal sooner or later, we now have made the very tough resolution to finish the service,” wrote Sq. Enix. “We want to provide our honest because of all our gamers on your feedback and help up till now.”

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Gross sales of the sport’s numerous in-game currencies have already been discontinued. On January 29, renewals of computerized gold passes can be disabled, although Sq. warned that gamers subscriptions could also be renewed earlier than the automated course of is turned off. The sport will proceed its narrative content material rollout earlier than April. 

The information of A Hero’s Bonds finish comes almost a full month earlier than the meant finish of its reside service PlayStation sport, Babylon’s Fall


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