Sin Chronicle Ends Service on May 31

    Celebrating its first and only anniversary as a live service mobile RPG.

    SEGA announced mobile turn-based RPG Sin Chronicle ends service on May 31, which is just over a year after the game launched in Japan. Sin Chronicle players can expect new content up until the game’s servers shut down. 

    Sin Chronicle will continue to receive new content before the game shuts down. On March 17, the game will celebrate its first and only anniversary with a new event. A Gi-Chronicle collaboration will be held starting April 4, and the final story chapter releases less than a week on April 10. 

    In-game purchases have been disabled in Sin Chronicle effective immediately according to SEGA. Any remaining gems (in-game currency) may be used before Sin Chronicle ends service. Refund requests begin on May 31 for those who still had remaining gems left by the time the service ended.

    Here’s the full schedule leading into Sin Chronicle’s shutdown via Gematsu:

    • March 14 – New purchases of gems discontinued
    • March 17 – One-year anniversary event distribution
    • March 28 – Gunter Corps Voice Log distribution
    • April 4 – Gi-Chronicle collaboration story distribution
    • April 10 – Main story chapter 6 distribution
    • May 31 – Recollection content download and viewing begins
    • May 31 – Service ends
    • May 31 – Refund requests begin

    Sin Chronicle first launched on March 23, 2022 for Android and iOS in Japan. 

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    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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