Magatsu Wahrheit smartphone game to shut down servers in Japan
In the official Twitter account for the role-playing game for smartphones developed by KLab, Magatsu Wahrheit, it was announced that the delivery will close its service and servers on March 31 at 6:00 p.m. (Japan Standard Time). "We will continue operations of the servers in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, as well as the server that operates the global version of the game," the statement specified, however, it did not specify the reasons.
Furthermore, the original game was released in Japan in April 2019. Miwa Shouda (Final Fantasy XII) wrote the setting for the game while Masaru Yokoyama composed the main theme song. Hiroaki Ueno (Resident Evil: Vendetta) and Youko Tsukamoto (Xenoblade X) performed the concept art. The installment had a global release in October 2020 and is currently available.
The game inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation, titled Magatsu Wahrheit: Zuerst and produced by Yokohama Animation Lab studios, under the direction of Naoto Hosoda and scripts written by Yuuichirou Momose, released in October 2020 and distributed by Funimation.
Description of Magatsu Wahrheit
"In this world full of light, despair is necessary." Ten beams of light fell from the sky onto the Wahrheit continent and, with the goal of protecting the world its most important people, six captains of the Mobile Corps are ready to step out and issue an emergency call. The Mobile Corps are a private military organization made up of people known as the "Awakeners." For humanity, only those who have adapted to the light of despair and have the power to fight the Light are those capable of saving the world.
Source: Official Twitter Account