If you have never heard about Mmorpg Fantasy Earth Zero, then it’s okay. Most people outside Japan are not familiar with this project. The launch of the game in Japan took place in 2006 called Fantasy Earth: The Ring of Dominion, and then was renamed Fantasy Earth Zero. The project reached a million players in 2011, and in 2010 it launched outside Japan, but only for a year. Now the game closes the rising sun in the country.
Information about the imminent closure of the game servers was reported by Square Enix on the official website. At the same time, players will be able to buy donate currency until the end of August, and the full closure of the game servers will take place on September 28 of this year. More detailed information about closing can be found on the official website in Japanese.