ROSE Online — otherwise known as Rush On Seven Episodes — will be shuttered on February 11. The game’s developer announced the closure on the official Facebook account, noting that they’ve already ended some of the in-game services — such as in-game item mall. However, players should still be able to enjoy the game until the official closing date, since events and bonuses are still active.

As for players who have spent money on the game, the WarpPortal team added that players who have points in the game can have them transferred to another title under the company’s banner. Players who wish to do so will need to make an official request by writing to the Support Team — presumably because the player will need to choose another game to have it transferred to directly rather than just letting them sit on a company-wide account.

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  1. Henkie on January 15, 2019

    Sad to see this game go. Was a wonderful childhood memory and a great game. Shouldve developed it more.

  2. jack on January 14, 2019

    Of course……. they didnt update graphics,gameplay,classes,quest FOR YEARS!!!, the game is NOT noob friendly fun 10years ago

    • Weilan on January 16, 2019

      The things you point out aren’t going to make a game “noob-friendly”, it will just make it appear more modernized. I think I played this game about 1 year ago, like, did 2 quests and then went to explore the world as a level 3 character.

      The game looks very uninspired and boring. I’m not surprised it’s shut down.