The anime crossover preventing recreation, Soar Power, shall be delisted from digital storefronts in American territories on February 7, 2022. The sport’s on-line servers may also go offline a number of months in a while August 24, 2022.
Bandai Namco has announced that every one content material associated to Soar Power shall be made unavailable for buy subsequent yr, together with all DLC, together with the Soar Power Character Pack 1-14, Soar Power Character Go 1-2, and its in-game foreign money JF Medals.
When the servers shut down on August 24, varied options will go down with it. Gamers won’t be able to log into the multiplayer foyer, take part in on-line occasions and ranked matches, entry clan capabilities, view the discover board or leaderboards, and settle for rewards from the reward counter. Moreover, the in-game retailer will now not operate. The Premium Store will go offline somewhat earlier, on August 1, 2022.
Our honest thanks goes out to all Soar Power gamers and followers for his or her assist; however with all good issues, they need to come to an finish.
Soar Power’s availability by way of digital buy within the Americas will finish on 2/7/2022 at 5 PM PST. pic.twitter.com/upzmWbqmcP
— Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) November 10, 2021
Soar Power’s offline content material will nonetheless be playable after August, together with its marketing campaign mode. Apparently, gamers will be capable to proceed enjoying in on-line PvP battles, simply not ranked ones. Any DLC bought earlier than it will get delisted in February can also be playable when the sport ultimately finishes sunsetting.
Soar Power launched on February 15, 2019, for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The Nintendo Swap model was launched on August 28, 2020. In IGN’s Soar Power assessment, Mitchell Saltzman wrote, “If you happen to’ve acquired like-minded anime followers who’re all the way down to smash some buttons and watch the sparks fly, Soar Power’s preventing system permits for at the very least a couple of hours of shallow enjoyable earlier than it will get stale and repetitive.”
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