Another Gamigo Title Gets Pruned: Echo Of Soul: The Blue Is Shutting Down...For Now
There is a chance it could come back at some other point.
Fans of Echo of Soul: The Blue received a bit of bad news from gamigo recently. The company announced that as a result of their license expiring on July 15, the game’s servers will be shutting down. The good news is that it may not be a permanent thing, as gamigo dropped a small piece of hope in the announcement, indicating that it’s possible another company may pick up publishing rights for the game. For players that may be interested in continuing their adventure in the future, they advise keeping an eye on the game’s site.
To prepare for the closure, the ability to purchase items using Aeria Points for the game has been turned off. This applies to both the in-game shop and webshop. The AP players who have already purchased can still make use of whatever they have in other games.
About the Author
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.
Chivalry 2 Finally Comes To Steam: Mounted Combat, Tenosian Faction, And More Out Today
All supported platforms can try out this free patch.By Anthony Jones - 9 months ago
You May Enjoy
New World Delays Season 1 Fellowship & Fire, Doesn't Detail The Issue
It looks like we won't be getting the big New World update tomorrow.By Troy Blackburn - 2 days ago
It’s Official, Counter-Strike 2 Is On The Way, And Current CS:GO Players Will Be Keeping All Their Stuff
It will be a free upgrade to CS:GO.By QuintLyn Bowers - 1 week ago
MultiVersus Open Beta To Shut Down, Full Launch Scheduled For Early 2024
Player decline, lack of content, and now no game till 2024.By Troy Blackburn - 2 days ago
Bungie Honors Lance Reddick In This Week At Bungie Post, Zavala Still Has A Few Performances Coming
Discuss his performances left to come in the game.By QuintLyn Bowers - 5 days ago
Redfall "Looking Into" Removing Always-Online Requirement, Was Originally Slated For PS5 Release
Players could possibly get their wish with the removal of the always online requirement for single-player.By Troy Blackburn - 1 week ago
CS:GO Breaks All-Time Peak Player Records By A Mile Ahead Of Counter-Strike 2 Beta Launch
According to Steam, 1,519,457 players were online at the same time — 200,000 more than the previous milestone.By Matthew D'Onofrio - 2 days ago