Moai Games‘ mobile MMORPG, Traha, has announced its end of service in Korea. The game originally launched April 2019 in Korea, later commencing service in Japan as well. Traha will officially end service 21 April 2022, with players able to request refunds for any paid currency remaining in their accounts. In-app purchases have since ceased on 17 February 2022.
Citing the high cost of maintenance as reason for the shut down, there will nonetheless be updates until the lead up to the closure of Traha. Considering the recent launch of Traha Infinity, the game’s sequel in Korea, the turnover looks quite quick for what it’s worth. Traha did not get an overseas release, but considering the server closure, you’d be better off waiting for the sequel anyway.
Traha Infinity takes place 200 years before the start of the first game. Moai Games claims it is truly optimized for mobile, with the original having official emulator support (though apparently not an actual PC client). Expect plenty of the typical mobile MMORPG conveniences with a variety of automated systems and context sensitive inputs.
Whatever the case, if you’re interested in this MMORPG, keep your eyes open for any potential global release, or try out the Korean one if you’re able.