Neverwinter developer Cryptic Studios has introduced that it’s shutting down its MMO action-RPG Magic: Legends on October 31st. The recreation, which was out there in open beta on PC, will now not be coming to the PlayStation and Xbox as beforehand deliberate.

In a letter to followers, Cryptic Studios stated that its imaginative and prescient for Magic: Legends “missed the mark.” However, the studio discovered “valuable lessons” from the expertise that it plans to implement throughout recreation improvement sooner or later. In a FAQ, Cryptic stated that it at the moment has no plans to revive Magic: Legends at a later time.

The letter reads:

It is with heavy hearts that we announce Magic: Legends might be shutting down on October 31, 2021. All gamers who spent cash in-game throughout Arc and the Epic Games Store throughout the open beta might be refunded their full buy quantities. Servers will stay open for play till closing day, nonetheless we might be closing the Zen Shop efficient instantly. Later this week, all objects will as an alternative be purchasable utilizing Aether, our free in-game forex.

Our imaginative and prescient for Magic: Legends missed the mark, however we’re happy with what we achieved. Thanks to Wizards of the Coast, we received to deliver the expansive Magic: The Gathering Multiverse to a large viewers and discover new angles throughout the established motion RPG style. We discovered a number of beneficial classes alongside the way in which, and we’ll use them to enhance Cryptic’s future improvement efforts.

Most importantly, we’d wish to thank the entire gamers who explored the Multiverse with us and offered suggestions throughout the Alpha and Beta testing phases. We couldn’t have gotten this far with out you!

[Source: Magic: Legends]