Yesterday, it was announced that the tie-in mobile game for Dragon Quest The Adventures of Dai will be shutting down. Dragon Quest The Adventures of Dai: A Hero’s Bond is slated to shut down on April 26th this year. This follows the recent news of Final Fantasy 7: The First Soldier also shutting down a few weeks ago. But what does this change in the game before it closes down entirely?
Details on Dragon Quest The Adventures of Dai: A Hero’s Bond shutting down
The reason why Dragon Quest The Adventures of Dai: A Hero’s Bond is shutting down is not clear. But in a news post regarding the shutdown, here is what you can expect to change:
- Red Gem Purchases are now disabled.
- Item Packs cannot be purchased.
- Gold Pass subscription is now removed, renewal is canceled on the 29th of this month.
On top of this, there seem to also be more updates coming to the game before it shuts down:
We are planning several updates to help our players enjoy DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai: A Hero’s Bonds as much as possible before service ends. These updates will include the final chapters of both Dragon Tracks and the Bonding Journey, a Treasure Hunt offering previously Exclusive and Season-Exclusive equipment, and much more. – Dragon Quest Heroes Bond Development Team
In the meantime, the game is still free to play and features fun combat to enjoy if you are interested. If you would like more details on the announcement of the shutdown. You can find it here to read at your convenience. Currently, Dragon Quest Tact is still being supported. So if you are looking for another Dragon Quest game to play after this game shuts down. It is also free to play on iOS and Android devices as well.