Two more Warhammer Online servers retired

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

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.

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