We have reached our time limit to find a solution that would help us keep the Fury servers open. Sadly, no solution has been found and so we have no alternative than to shut the servers down in 48 hours. To all those players who have enjoyed Fury and played countless battles, I am sorry that we could not find a viable business model that would allow you to continue playing. To all those naysayers and doomsdayers, we know that deep down you wanted Fury to succeed. Have fun with your parting wishes To the Auran team, who put their heart and soul into making Fury, thanks for your efforts. As I said many times before, we need to be much better than the competition to have a chance of succeeding. We gave it everything we had and history now judges that it still wasn't good enough. Whilst this marks the end of the Fury chapter, who knows what the future may bring. There were many gems hidden within Fury and many lessons learned. Hopefully one day the full potential can be realised in some other form. So for now, so long and thanks for all the fish. P.S. We informed all stores more than a month ago to remove stock from their shelves. If you have purchased a copy of Fury in the past month, we suggest you return it to the store. P.P.S. This website will also close down in 48 hours.Fury Servers, Website To Be Shut Down Within 48 Hours [Kotaku Australia]
Kotaku Australia reports that massively multiplayer role-playing action game Fury will be officially dead in 48 or so hours. Tony Hilliam, CEO of Australian developer Auran, broke the news to their few players on the game's website, saying that the now-skeleton staff couldn't find a way to make the game profitable, or, I'd say, fun. Hilliam says that anyone who bought the game in the past month should return it to the store they purchased it from and that the even the website will be shutdown in the coming days. His full message thanks the staff and even has a word to the game's "naysayers and doomsdayers."