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Petroglyph shutting down Battle for Graxia MOBA months after launch

Petroglyph Games is shutting down its recently overhauled MOBA release Battle for Graxia on June 27, just months after its launch in May, the studio announced on its official forums.

As a result, the studio will no longer accept payment for Petroglyph coins, while those who previously purchased the in-game currency will receive bonus Petroglyph coins within 24 hours to use for the purchase of items in the MOBA title for a limited time.

Servers will officially shut down at midnight on June 27; however, this won't necessarily be the end of the game, according to a studio representative.

"We reserve the right to bring BFG back online at some time and hope to do so in the future," reads the announcement on the official Battle for Graxia forum.

Battle for Graxia first launched as a reboot of Petroglyph's earlier Rise of Immortals MOBA release. The updated release entered into open beta on Steam in November 2012.

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