It took just over a week for Epic Games to announce that the free-to-play MOBA game named Paragon was having a hard time. However, Epic Games announced today that the Paragon will be completely shut down in April. The Paragon team said, “We are really grateful to all of the players who have done everything to the Paragon, so we have gotten a lot of passionate ideas to move the game somewhere, and after careful review we decided that there would not be a MOBA with enough players.” found in the description.
Epic Games closes Paragon
Epic Games wants to handle this closure as honestly as possible. This means that all Paragon players on all platforms will be able to receive refunds on all purchases made in the game. It’s a respectable behavior. In the Marvel Heroes game, which had been closed for months, we lost years of players and hundreds of dollars due to a refund for PC players. This closure decision of Epic Games is not related to Fortnite’s success. Last week, Edgar Diaz, Paragon‘s community coordinator, said that the number of players had dropped considerably.
Paragon servers will continue to operate until April 26th. However, Epic Games has also warned about the length of time that players will go on to find a match that will eventually decline.