Square Enix is shutting down the Japanese version of the game, making a western version impossible. We can consider Full Metal Alchemist Mobile buried.
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Despite no one expecting it, Square Enix released Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile last year, a mobile adaptation of the beloved anime series. Introducing a 3D fighting approach in an arena format with strategic and turn-based elements, the game set itself apart from the conventional aggressive gacha system that the Japanese company is known for.
Unfortunately, it seems that the game did not meet Square’s expectations, as they announced that the services will be shutting down early next year.
If you have unused in-game coins, Square will refund the amount
Although Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile has been available for just over a year, the news of its cancellation came, setting the closing date for March 29, 2024. Despite positive feedback, developers acknowledge that a segment of players expressed dissatisfaction with the content. Even though an update was implemented to address these concerns on the first anniversary, it failed to reverse the situation, further complicating the ongoing viability of the game. This reality led to the decision to terminate the game’s services.
While updates are planned for the coming months, these will focus on reintroducing old events and gachas, as the original story will not continue in the game. As an epilogue, the plot will be presented as a voice drama between January and March 2024. This also confirms that there will be no Western version as the original Japanese version has failed.
Those with unused in-game coins will receive a refund from the company. There is no specific date for these refunds, but we assume it will be shortly after the closure. If this applies to you, do not log out or uninstall the application, or you will not receive the refund.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version