StudioBside has announced that they will merge the global and Japanese servers for CounterSide. The Korean server has been in service the longest, and thus will remain standalone. The announcement on their website is given as follows:
It has already been half a year since the launching of the CounterSide Global server.
It is my great honor that I was able to introduce CounterSide to the Global audience.
Today’s news is about the integration and in-house service of CounterSide’s KR and JP servers.
In February of 2023, the publishing contract with Nexon will expire, hence the KR and JP servers will merge with the Global App while turning into an in-house service for KR and JP servers. After the integration, the application will give CEOs the option to choose between Korean and Global servers.
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Korean server has the longest servicing period and the most in-game content, hence the Korean server will continue to support only the Korean language. The Japanese server will completely integrate with the current Global server, where CEOs in the Japanese server will have the option to transfer the account to the Global server.
For current Global CEOs, there will be no changes before and after the integration.
We hope this integration and the expansion of in-house service could be taken as a festival for all of us.
We are also planning a huge event for the integration. Other than some exclusive rewards for those who integrate into our Global application, the integration rewards will also be given to the Global server CEOs.
For more details on the special event gifts, please look forward to the future announcements which will be posted for Global CEOs as well.
Even after the integration, we will continue to serve to the best of our abilities. Please look forward to the sneak peeks at future episodes and events!
Notably, SEA CounterSide isn’t mentioned as part of the merge, so we can probably assume it will be left alone for the time being. The SEA server is managed by ZlongGames, rather than Nexon, and as such, wouldn’t have been affected unless a follow-up notice is provided.
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