Square Enix has announced that their mobile RPG, Final Fantasy Record Keeper, will discontinue service, at least globally, on September 29, 2022, at 5 AM PST (September 30, 2022, at 1 AM UTC). No specific reasoning was given for why the service was being discontinued, but the team did also announce that sales of gems will no longer be available for purchase as of August 30, 2022, at 5 PM PST (August 31, 2022, at 1 AM UTC).
As of now, the Japanese version of the game still seems to be ongoing, with their official Twitter account not signaling anything similar to what has occurred with the game’s global version.
A screenshot of the message detailing the aforementioned points is viewable below. An additional brief section of the letter has the team thanking players for their time with this title.
Following this announcement, the official global Twitter account for Final Fantasy Record Keeper published a tweet encouraging players of the title to try out Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, another mobile Final Fantasy experience.
Final Fantasy Brave Exvius launched its global version in 2016. This turn-based RPG is set in a world that revolves around Magic Crystals. Players assume the role of Rain on a quest with his friend Lasswell, which leads them to meet a girl named Fina, who is trapped in a crystal. The crystals of the world are then attacked by a Dark Knight known as Veritas. The group sets out to defeat the dark army and save the world.
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