EA puts line through his first moba game Dawn Gate




Electronic Arts has cut the knot and stops the development of the Moba-game Dawn Gate. The company believes that insufficient progress. The open beta of the game is to play another month and a half.

EA contrary, feels that a game is in collaboration with developer Waystone Games developed that a copy of the popular moba is -based. Dawn Gate would be ‘brought forward’ the genre in several respects. However, what this means is unclear. Players who have spent money on the beta, can recover the full amount. That would happen the next ten days. The studio that developed the game within EA, Waystone, dismantled, writes Game Informer after inquiring about the future of the studio.

EA announced the game almost a year ago to . The publisher time was relatively unfamiliar with the genre and EA was his own account, aware of the competitive market. So were League of Legends, that about 12 million players each day went, and Dota 2 popular. Dawn Gate was tested in closed circles and a half years ago and is an open beta of the game about six months ago released. Based on the experience gained during the test period yet decided to pull the plug on the project.


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