Nexon shuts down Sudden Attack 2 right after launch


Sudden Attack 2 is getting a new name: Suddenly Shut Down.

Steparu reports that this MMOFPS is facing imminent termination by publisher Nexon Korea, as the servers will go offline in the country on September 29th. What’s interesting about this is that Sudden Attack 2 only recently launched, with its Korean closed beta test taking place back in April.

So what prompted this sunset? For starters the game’s developer, GameHi, ended its contract with Nexon. On top of that, apparently the studio removed its two headlining characters after inappropriate comments were made about them in the community.

There is a possibility that GameHi could be shopping around for a new operator for the title, so we’ll see what happens from here.

Source: Steparu
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