August 23, 2016
|Delisting:||February 27, 2020|
|Digital Release:||Nintendo Switch
August 02, 2018 (JP)
|Delisting:||February 28, 2019|
|Links:||Pro Yakyuu Famista Evolution homepage|
We are saddened to announce that the Duelyst servers will be shutting down permanently on February 27th, 2020 at 3:00 PM PST. Saying goodbye to any game is never easy, and it’s always hardest when you love the game as much as we all love Duelyst. We’re incredibly proud of the effort our developers have put in on Duelyst over the years, and even more proud of the amazing community of friends and gamers that have enjoyed Duelyst.
We want to thank all of you for being a part of the Duelyst family, and for making our time working on Duelyst the amazing adventure it has been.
To celebrate the life of Duelyst, we’ll be making some changes to see the game out on its path to the sunset. Please see the Service Closure details below:
– The Duelyst servers will officially close on February 27th, 2020 at 3:00 PM PST (Your local time here).
– BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment accounts will continue to be active and may be used for our other titles.
– Players will no longer be able to purchase Diamonds as of the time of this announcement.
We will provide refunds on all Diamond purchases made between December 21st, 2019 and January 24th, 2020 upon request. To request a refund, please visit our support page and submit a ticket. All refund requests must be received by March 30th, 2020 to be honored.
Once again, we want to thank all of you for your amazing support of Duelyst over the years. We’ve been truly blessed to be part of such an amazing community.
I’ve added the date to the Watch List calendar and will have a page on the site in the future. Thanks to @Dr_Scaphandre for pointing this one out.
Thanks to @Dystroph on Twitter for pointing out this upcoming Japanese delisting. Bandai NAMCO announced last February that Pro Yakyuu Famista Evolution and all of its downloadable content would be removed from sale on February 28th, 2019. No reason was given but with the names, mascots, and likenesses of Japan’s baseball teams (and even a cross promotion with New Japan Pro Wrestling) it seems most likely that it’s related to expired licensing.
|Digital Release:||PlayStation 3, Steam
April 23, 2013 (EU, US)
July 23, 2013 (AU, EU, US)
|Delisting:||April 02, 2016 - Steam
April 2016 - PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
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