Spiritwish is shutting down in South Korea on April 1

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Well, this is probably not a great sign for a game that just had an update in its localized form. It wouldn’t be exactly a shock if you didn’t remember Nexon’s mobile MMO Spiritwish, developed by indie outfit NEON Studio, but it did well for itself in its first few months. Alas, that momentum apparently didn’t last, and the game’s South Korean version will be shutting down permanently on April 1st, 2020.

There’s no word on how this will affect the localized version, but as mentioned above, that version of the game did just receive an update adding in guild-based PvP to the game. Still, it doesn’t exactly bode well for the future of the title, so if you’re enjoying it we recommend you give it a little extra attention for a while. For fans in its native South Korea, the time is already running out. Our condolences to players and developers affected by the closure.

Source: MMO Culture
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