Kritika Online appears to be coming back to life in the west, self-published by its developer

Hello again?

Back in April, we said farewell to Kritika Online as En Masse Entertainment closed it down following two years of operation. While the game continued to run in South Korea, it was still a farewell for these shores; you can catch MJ’s final stream of the game just below. But it appears that may not have been the end after all, as a Facebook group run by developer ALLM is proudly claiming that the game is on its way back over for November.

There aren’t any real details available on the Facebook page at this point beyond the date and official artwork for what appears to be dubbed Kritika Reboot, so it’s hard to be sure of what those details will be. It certainly looks like the original developer is self-publishing servers here to continue a localized service, but we’ll have to just keep our eyes peeled with what happens next. If you were sad about saying goodbye, perhaps this’ll be a chance to say hello once again.

Source: Facebook; thanks to Austin for the tip!
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