Kritika Online Closing In Europe And North America
Kritika Online's days are numbered in the West. In fact, servers in North America and Europe are already in maintenance mode as of yesterday.
En Masse Entertainment announced the shift in a post on the Kritika site yesterday, going on to explain that they will fully stop servicing the game on April 30.
While they prepare for server sunset, EME has already disabled new character creation and removed EMP items from the shop in order to stop players from using the currency with the game. All shop items can now be purchased for 0 Kred.
Speaking of Kred, the company is recording all Kritika player's Kred totals and converting them back to EMP to be used on other En Masse games.
For those who still want to play Kritika, EME is encouraging players to move over to the Korean servers. They're working with the game's developer to make this process as easy as possible, even providing players who logged into the western version of the game a special code that will provide them with useful items on the Korean servers. The code includes:
- School Uniform costume full set
- Newbie Chibi Accent
- Stage Clear EXP Bonus 90% Potion ×5
- HP Potion ×100
- Resurrection stone ×10
Players wishing to use the code will need to sign up to play on the Korean servers before May 31.
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