Two more Warhammer Online servers retired

Wednesday, 11th January 2012 01:19 GMT By Brenna Hillier

BioWare Mythic has further consolidated Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning’s servers today.

TenTonHammer reports both Gorfang and Karak-Azgal have been retired, and players can still transfer their characters using the Mythic Account Center.

Warhammer Online has undergone several downsizings, notably also losing two full servers in early 2011, but Mythic has stated the game isn’t going anywhere.

As part of an organisational shuffle last year, Mythic was placed in the EA BioWare label. The studio has since produced a free-to-play MOBA offering within the Warhammer fiction, Wrath of Heroes.



  1. GrimRita

    To be fair, this is just normal practice for any MMO. Server numbers drop all the time, especially if you launch with so many of them. Shame, as this had the potential to be a good solid MMO, just that EA pushed it out too early with no polish and now its bitten them in the arse.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Phoenixblight


    Money doesn’t grow on tree and Mythic had the same amount of time as Bioware had with TOR. SO if anything it is the fault of the leads and the people who couldn’t organize what to focus on. Thats what happens when you sign on to a publisher you are saying I can deliver a product to the customers that will make the publisher a profit. Its pwhy the CEO of Mythic just went awol realized he couldn’t hack it with the big boys.

    Though I can see the Wraith of Heroes game from mythic that uses the F2P model is really fun and I enjoy it a lot. I have always like Mythics PVP over most MMOs and F2P models.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. GrimRita

    EA pushed this out early. Hence why they cut so much out prior to release. For a change, read your facts.

    #3 3 years ago

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