Noah’s Heart is sunsetting April 29 as Archosaur diverts players to Dragon Raja


Cozy multiplatform MMO Noah’s Heart has never been a loud and splashy MMO, with news about its updates since its official global launch in 2022 being kept largely to the client and its existing players and not, you know, on the website where people could see it. In fact, there hasn’t been a news post on the official website in nearly two years… until today, and I’m afraid the news is the bad kind: The game is sunsetting.

“Since our launch in 2022, we’ve spent many memorable and happy days together, but all good things must come to an end,” Archosaur Games says. “It is with a heavy heart to announce that we’ll be ending service on April 29, 2024. We sincerely appreciate all players for their support and love for the game!”

As of right now, the team has shut down payments and downloads for the game; if you have existing cash shop currency, you can apply for reimbursement, although we note that the compensation will be in the form of currency in Archosaur’s other MMO, the global version of Dragon Raja, which the team is now promoting in its stead.

RIP for the players and devs affected.

Source: Official site. Cheers, boostervii.
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