Electronic Arts and Waystone have announced that it will be shutting down its MOBA, Dawngate.
Dawngate has been in beta for nearly 18 months and as of today, November 4th, will remain active for 90 more days. Players who spent money on the game during its beta period will be offered a full refund.
“Today, I have the unenviable task of announcing that we’ve decided to stop development of Dawngate,” Waystone group general manager Matt Bromberg wrote, in part. “I know this is disappointing news for our community, which has been so supportive and loyal. To all of you who have graciously given us your time and valuable feedback during our beta period, we’d first like to thank you.”
“As a part of the process of closing down Dawngate, we’ll continue to operate the game for the next 90 days. All players will be entitled to a full refund of any money spent during the beta,” Bromberg continued. “For most players, we’ll process those refunds within the next 10 days. If we don’t have current payment information on file for you, we’ll need to reach out first before initiating the refund.”
“On behalf of the entire team at Waystone Games and EA, I want once again to thank all our players for being part of this journey.”