Hex Drops Gameforge, Will Self-Publish
Hex: Shards of Fate is going solo. Today, Hex Entertainment announced that it would no longer be using Gameforge as a publishing partner for its free-to-play CCG. The move isn't expected to impact current Hex players, who will retain their progress and card collections.
Tomorrow, Feb. 22, the game will be taken down and there will be a patch to put these changes into effect and also "to give our databases a good scrubbing." The downtime starts at 1:00 a.m. Pacific time and is expected to last until noon. Players might also have a little digital paperwork to sort through, thanks to the differences between German and American privacy laws. You can get full details on the transition patch and downtime on the Hex site.
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