Echo Of Soul Has been Picked Up By Papaya Play
The transition will occur very soon.
Well, that didn’t take long. It’s only been a few weeks since gamigo announced they would be discontinuing publishing services on Echo of Soul. At the time of the announcement, they did say there was a possibility someone else could pick it up. Well, someone else has picked it up.
When gamigo ceases service on July 15, Papaya Play will pick up the baton and run with it. Prior to the switchover, Papaya will have a transfer site in place where players can make sure their accounts stay active. Currently, the site is “in development”, although Papaya says it will open on July 13. That doesn’t offer a lot of wiggle room. However, before July 13, Echo of Soul players who don’t already have a Papaya Play account can use the page to register for one.
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