Free-to-play Judas Code for PS Vita to end service

tri-Ace deems it difficult to offer a satisfactory service.

Judas Code

tri-Ace’s free-to-play PS Vita title Judas Code, launched last August in Japan, will end service on July 2 at 15:00 Japan time, the developer announced.

Judas Code is a “dramatic RPG” that is part card battle and part third-person shooter. According to tri-Ace, it is shutting down service because “we have reached the conclusion that it is difficult to offer and maintain a service that the user would be satisfied with.”

Even with the game’s end date four months ahead, new registrations will cease on March 26, and in-game gem sales will come to a stop on April 2.

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