For those who are sticking around to play, Trion Worlds has enabled bonus experience, gold, gems, Enigma keys, and flower drops until the shutdown occurs on March 5 at 3:00 p.m. Pacific. Players can no longer purchase the Patron Pass, and anyone with a current subscription will have it renewed for no charge at its expiration.
If you have credits sitting on your account, all items in the cash shop are 70% off. Alternatively, Trion is offering Devilian players the opportunity to transfer their credits to purchase items in the company’s other games. Qualifying accounts should receive an email from customer service within the week.
It’s not too surprising to see Devilian shut down, as it was clearly the weakest of all of Trion’s offerings. SteamCharts only lets you compare four games at a time; Trove is a clear #1 for the company, while Rift is at #2, slightly ahead of the #3-#5 games. So how does Devilian look?
Yes, Trion Worlds has its own launcher that isn’t accounted for in these numbers, but if these numbers are even remotely indicative of Devilian’s population as compared to the rest of Trion’s games, its closure is a no-brainer.