Sony has announced that online adventure game, The Tomorrow Children’s online services will be shut down on Nov. 1.
The news comes via a post over on the Japanese PlayStation Blog. Under the heading End of Service Announcement for The Tomorrow Children, the site reads:
“We would like to thank you all for playing The Tomorrow Children up until now.
This message is to announce that we will be ending online services for The Tomorrow Children at 17:00 on Nov. 1, 2017. The Tomorrow Children development and operations team would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for taking part and enjoying our title since the service began in September 2016.
Please see below for the schedule planned up until the end of service. We want to apologize to all of our users who still continue to enjoy this title and ask for your understanding with the decision to end the service.”
Prior to the shutting down of its online services, The Tomorrow Children will also see its Founders Pack and Freeman Dollars content removed from the PlayStation Store on Sept. 28. Any remaining Freeman Dollars on your account once the online services are shut down will be unusable. As such, if you’ve got any of Freeman Dollars still left on your account, you’ll want to make use of them now before it’s too late.
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