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Oghamsmith Apr 8, 2016 @ 7:16am
A Farewell To Arms - Nosgoth’s Final Days Are Upon Us
Denizens of Nosgoth,

It has been more than two and a half years since we partnered with the wonderfully mad men and women at Psyonix to embark upon a rather ambitious adventure. Our goal was to bring the world of Nosgoth to life in a new and challenging manner; a manner which allowed players to wage asymmetric warfare against each other as both human and vampire-kind.

A massive amount of work has gone into making Nosgoth a reality, and continually bringing new developments to the game. Our own teams, as well as the great guys at Psyonix, have dedicated a huge portion of themselves to making Nosgoth bigger and better over the years. Not only that, but dedicated community members provided a great deal of feedback that has been tremendously beneficial to the game. We are eternally grateful. Thank you one and all.

The above only makes today’s announcement that much more difficult.

It is with a heavy heart and an immense sense of sadness that we must announce the end of Nosgoth’s development. Servers will continue to run until 31st May 2016, during which time you will be able to play the game as normal. After that date, Nosgoth will be taken offline for the last time.

This was not an easy decision to come to. It has been a pleasure to build this game with your help, but ultimately its audience hasn’t grown enough to sustain ongoing operations.

On behalf of the entire Nosgoth team we want to thank you all for your feedback, support and dedication to the game throughout Nosgoth’s life.

Should you have any additional questions, please read this FAQ:

  • Can I still play the game?
    Yes, new and existing players will be able to continue to play Nosgoth until 31st May 2016. Players will no longer be able to make real world purchases in the game.

  • Am I entitled to a refund?
    All purchases made since 1st March 2016 will be automatically refunded.

  • Where and when can I claim a refund?
    You won't be required to claim a refund as all eligible refunds will be automatically processed in the next 14 days. Email notifications will be sent out when the refund has been processed. For all other inquiries, you can contact Square Enix customer support at support.nosgoth.com or Steam customer support support.steampowered.com.

  • How long will it take to process the refund?
    Refunds for in game purchases or purchases through the web store will be processed as soon as possible and, in any case, within 14 days.
    Refunds for purchases of the Definitive Pack on the Steam Store will be processed from week commencing 18th April 2016.

  • Where will I receive my refund?
    Any in-game purchases made through Steam Wallet will have credits refunded to their Steam Wallet. For purchases of the Definitive pack on Steam Store please see the Steam Refunds Payment Methods section for details on how these refunds will be applied (http://store.steampowered.com/steam_refunds_methods). Any purchases made through the Nosgoth Website or in-game through the native client will be refunded to your method of payment used to make the original purchase. Please contact Square Enix Customer Support at support.nosgoth.com for further information.

  • Will there be any more updates for Nosgoth?
    No further updates are planned for Nosgoth.

  • Are there going to be more Leagues seasons?
    There will be no more Leagues seasons.

  • What does this mean for Nosgoth Cups run by ESL?
    The Nosgoth Open Beta Cup Series will continue to run in April after which they will cease. For details of the upcoming cups visit http://play.eslgaming.com/nosgoth/global

  • What happens to the Runestones and Gold in my account?
    You will be able to carry on using Runestones and Gold until the game is taken offline. Runestones are no longer available for purchase but you can still earn Gold by completing public matches.

  • Will the automatic refund remove game content purchased since 1st March?
    No, no game content will be removed.

  • What will happen to the forum on www.Nosgoth.com?[www.Nosgoth.com]
    The Nosgoth forum will remain online until 14th June 2016, after which it will be taken offline.

  • What does this mean for the Legacy of Kain franchise?
    Any future Legacy of Kain project will be considered independently of Nosgoth and on the merits of the proposals alone.
Last edited by Oghamsmith; Apr 11, 2016 @ 2:41am
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ThatGuy May 31, 2016 @ 4:55pm 
Aww.. : (
robaczek Jun 1, 2016 @ 2:27am 
Is it dead yet?
Oghamsmith Jun 1, 2016 @ 3:03am 
Indeed it is. It is no longer possible to log in to Nosgoth.
Nekro G Jun 1, 2016 @ 3:11am 
;( :steamsalty::steamsalty::steamsalty::steamsad:
bulletskater Jun 1, 2016 @ 3:13am 
Karma is a bit... remember this Psyonix and Square Greedix.
Zoey Jun 1, 2016 @ 3:36am 
Originally posted by Oghamsmith:
Indeed it is. It is no longer possible to log in to Nosgoth.

Even Loadout has running servers and this game is as good as dead.

And you shut down the servers with a growing playerbase? That's just sad.
robaczek Jun 1, 2016 @ 3:49am 
So... now Psyonix can get rich with their racing game and Square can make a real LoK. I just hope they'll learn the lesson with thir failures with Dead Sun and Nosgoth. Anyways, good luck. I'll keep an eye out for Kain&co.
I won't.
TFL | ImATomato Jun 1, 2016 @ 9:03am 
When will Nosgoth's Steam forums be deleted?
Zoey Jun 1, 2016 @ 9:59am 
Originally posted by ImATomato:
When will Nosgoth's Steam forums be deleted?


Originally posted by Oghamsmith:
  • June 20th – Nosgoth’s Steam Community Hub and Steam Forum will be taken offline.
Jmthebigman Jun 1, 2016 @ 10:47am 
Originally posted by Sachiko Shinozaki | -T.M.C-:
Originally posted by ImATomato:
When will Nosgoth's Steam forums be deleted?


Originally posted by Oghamsmith:
  • June 20th – Nosgoth’s Steam Community Hub and Steam Forum will be taken offline.

Cause they wanna hide their failure
Zoey Jun 1, 2016 @ 10:48am 
Originally posted by Jmthebigman:
Originally posted by Sachiko Shinozaki | -T.M.C-:


Cause they wanna hide their failure

Probably
Taki Jun 1, 2016 @ 12:53pm 
For sure, i notice "internet" have a really short memory...
Go0ber Jun 6, 2016 @ 2:23am 
First game I actually spent money on that was in early access. The trailer got my attention, and I thought wow, this game is really sweet. I bought the Immortal pack founder, luckily it was 50% off, and I still feel like I haven't got my money's worth.

Overall the gameplay was nice. What really turned me off from the game was the matchmaking. Everything else could've been fine tuned but the matchmaking was what really killed it for me. Even when it was in early access, was really hard to find a match most of the time, then was even worse when it turned into open beta, which you would think would be the opposite, but even took longer. I usually end up fighting the same people over and over again. Which really wasn't the bad thing. Bad thing was losing over and over again to the same people. I wasn't that great, but I wasn't that bad either. After match is over wait a bit before another match starts.

Not suprised how it turned out at the end, but completely abandoning it isn't the best idea. Especially if they just get someone to fix the matchmaking. I know for a fact that would make me come back and play it more often.
Last edited by Go0ber; Jun 6, 2016 @ 2:24am
Leon Jun 6, 2016 @ 11:20am 
Küfür.
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