Dragon's Dogma Online Service Is Shutting Down, Client Downloads Halting July 11

Published: July 5, 2019 12:20 PM /


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The Dragon's Dogma Online service will be shutting down for good in December of 2019 and downloads of the game client will stop entirely on July 11, 2019. This MMORPG for the PC, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4 brought players a lot of fun, but all good things must eventually come to an end.

Gematsu reports that CAPCOM has released a news post about the closure on the game's official website. Here are the highlights:

  • The game's premium currency store will shut down on July 11, 2019, so any leftover currency will have to be used in other games.
  • Client downloads for the game will be halted on the PC, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4, on July 11.
  • The "Online Adventure Notebook" app on iOS and Android will also shut down on July 11.
The Japanese news post notes that you should absolutely not uninstall the game after July 11, 2019, if you wish to continue playing the game — you won't be able to get it back!

After the client downloads halt on July 11, the Dragon's Dogma Online service will continue running for several more months so existing players can enjoy their time in the game before it's gone for good. Once December 5, 2019, rolls around, the game will be shut down for good and can no longer be played.

CAPCOM takes care to mention that players will be unable to get any refunds for in-game currency, nor will they get any kind of refund or compensation for any left-over in-game boosters that they may have active at the time of the shutdown on December 5.

If you've been wanting to play Dragon's Dogma Online, you have less than a week to pick it up and hop into the adventure. This MMORPG won't be able to be downloaded on July 11, 2019, and it shuts down for good on December 5, 2019.

What do you think of the Dragon's Dogma Online service shutting down? Did you enjoy the game or was it really not your thing? Let us know in the comments below!

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