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Square-Enix Dragon Quest closes competitors' servers

Square-Enix Dragon Quest closes competitors’ servers

Square Enix announced on July 5, 2021 at 1:00 pm that Dragon Quest competitors would be discontinuing Ace Servers.

This closure applies to all gaming platforms. The game is available on Nintendo Switch, PC and mobile devices. Players who play for free will not be able to buy Gems until April 2, 2021 already.

The card war game was originally considered a mini-game of the online game Dragon Quest X, but Square Enix eventually turned it into its own game.It was first released on November 2, 2017 as Dragon Quest Heroes for Android and iOS devices. It topped the list with 7 million downloads in the first five days and 12 million in December 2017. Square Enix brought the free game to Nintendo Switch in February 2019. This game also runs on PC. This is the first Japanese site Yahoo! Games in February 2018, Square Enix released it on Steam in June 2020. In August 2020, Square Enix released a major update that also changed the name of Dragon Quest competitors to Ace. This update adds Solo Battle Adventure single player mode, which allows you to fight with the CPU instead of another player.

Dragon Quest competitors Ace will be available on Android and iOS devices, Nintendo Switch and PCs until July 5, 2021. The PC version is available on Steam, but only for the Japan region.