Engage Kill Mobile Game Announces Japan End of Service for March 2024

Engage Kill Mobile Game Announces Japan End of Service for March 2024

Square Enix Japan has just announced that their Engage Kill mobile game will officially end service on March 21st, 2024, barely a year after the game launched on March 1, 2023 in Japan, with a global version never coming West.

As of December 27, 2023, sales of Orgonium, the currency used in-game, have been suspended, though players can still spend any that are currently held until the shutdown date. Furthermore, in accordance with Japanese law, a refund window for unused paid in-game currency will open after the servers close.

If you didn’t know, Engage Kill was a mobile game that was part of a Japanese mixed-media project created by Aniplex, titled Project Engage, which consisted of an anime that aired July to September 2022, earning a 6.82 score on MyAnimeList, and a mobile game by Square Enix in March 2023.

The story takes place in Bayron City, a pioneering metropolis built on a newly discovered energy source, promising every citizen a luxurious and comfortable lifestyle. The anime follows protagonist Shuu Ogata, who despite running a private military business, often struggles to make ends meet due to reckless expenses. Meanwhile, the mobile game featured a new original character as one of the main characters, named Chloe Tang, and a new story that took place in the same universe as the anime.

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