Battle for Graxia developer Petroglyph is to shutter its flagging MOBA on June 27. The studio has confirmed it will compensate buyers of in-game currency, and has issued a statement on the closure.
GI.biz reports that Petroglyph will gift buyers of in-game currency some free credit for their trouble, before the game closes once and for all.
Posting on the game’s forum, a Petroglyph spokesperson wrote, “It has been an exciting and challenging journey during this time to provide you with a fun and engaging MOBA style of game. We have learned much and it has been a pleasure to work with you, the members of the community. We reserve the right to bring BFG back online at some time and hope to do so in the future.”
The closure comes a few months after Petroglyph was rumoured to be making lay-offs, after its End of Nations MMO project was taken from the studio.
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