Battlestar Galactica Online Is No More
Yesterday was the end of an era as Big Point shut the door on its browser-based Battlestar Galactica MMO. The company announced the closure on January 1, stating that the short notice was a result of them trying to eliminate all other options before killing the game.
To (somewhat) ease the pain for players, the BSGO team has provided players with a special code to use in DarkOrbit, another space MMO in the company's roster. The bundle grants players creating new accounts 150 Euros worth of goodies (about 172 U.S. dollars.) The code can be found in the BSGO forums.
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