BlazBlue: Alternative smartphone game Darkwar ends January 31 – News
The game stopped selling in-game items on Tuesday
The official website of the BlazBlue: Alternative Darkwar The smartphone game for iOS and Android devices announced on Tuesday that the game will stop working on January 31. The game stopped selling in-game items on Tuesday and plans to offer a refund period from February 1 at 12:00 a.m. JST through May. 2 at 12:59 am JST.
The arc system works announced the game in August 2017, and spear the match on February 16.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, the BlazBlue franchisedebut title, debuted as an arcade game in 2008.
The arc system works released several sequels, including BlazBlue Continuum Shift, BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma, and Blazblue: CentralFiction, as well as many spinoffs. The franchise inspired a TV anime adaptation titled BlazBlue Alter Memory, which premiered in Japan in October 2013. Funimation aired the series as it aired and released the series as a personal video.
The arc system works published on BlazBlue: Cross Beacon Battle crossover fighting game in Japan and Asia in May 2018. The arc system works America released the game with an English dub in North America in June 2018, and PQube released the game in Europe later that same month. The game was also launched on To smoke in June 2018. The arcade version of the game was released in Japan in April 2019. The game is a cross between The arc system works‘ BlazBlue and Persona 4 Arena fighting games, French Bread’s Under the night at birth game, and Rooster teeth‘s RWBY franchise. The title is a two-on-two game.