Put Out To Pasture: BattleForge To Be Retired
In a not so surprising move, BattleForge has decided to call it quits, announcing their decision Tuesday via their website. The online card-based RTS, developed and published by EA, has seen few updates to the game and website over the last 6 months, hinting at an impending shut-down.
There are currently no reimbursements planned, with players being encouraged to spend their in-game currency before services cease on October 31st.
BattleForge originally launched in March 2009 as a buy-to-play game, before making the Free-to-Play transition in May of the same year.
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