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Bandai Namco’s Rise of Incarnates is being shut down

Another one of Bandai Namco’s free-to-play titles is being abandoned.

The publisher has announced that Rise of Incarnates will be terminated on December 15th 2015. The game’s currency is, as of today, no longer available to download.

We must regretfully inform all users of the closure of Rise of Incarnates. We offer our sincere thanks to everyone who has supported this game,” a notice said. [Currency] already purchased may be used until the very last day, so if you have ‘IP’ in your account, please use it before December 15th.

Starting on October 14th all customize items, boost items, and other such paid items will be reduced in price, with some going down to free, until service concludes.”

Bandai Namco last month announced the upcoming closure of its F2P PS3 fighter SoulCalibur: Lost Swords. Last year it pulled its F2P Ridge Racer title Driftopia.

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