The multiplayer online for Wii U title Devil’s Third will end in Japan on December 29, Inside reports. In-game microtransactions are also shutting down, and the game will be marked down to 3,618 yen (US$35) from June 24 in Japan. No word on similar changes to the game internationally.
During its first week on sale in Japan, Wii U exclusive Devil’s Third didn’t make the top fifty on the sales chart. Number fifty, Yokai Watch 2, sold 1,006 copies. Guess that means Devil’s Third didn’t even sell a thousand copies! Correction, 8:06 AM: As pointed out by several Kotaku commenters, Devil’s Third isn’t in… Read more
After a little confusion over who’s publishing the game, it’s been announced that Devil’s Third—the next game from Tomonobu Itagaki—will be coming to America in Q4 2015. Valhalla will be publishing the PC version of the game themselves (which will be free-to-play), while Nintendo will be bringing it to the Wii U.