Echoes of Mana Shutting Down

Square Enix announced that mobile title Echoes of Mana will end service on May 15, 2023. Sales of in-game Spirit Crystals have ended, though players can use any previously purchased Spirit Crystals until service ends. The full closure message can be read below.

Echoes of Mana is a free-to-play title with in-app transactions created with Another Eden developer WFS. It released for iOS and Android in April 2022 and features an original story involving both new and returning characters from the series.

Thank you for playing Echoes of Mana.

We regret to announce we have made the difficult decision to discontinue the Echoes of Mana app service as of 6:00 on 5/15 (UTC).

From the Echoes of Mana Production Team, we apologize for the abrupt announcement but are sincerely grateful for the support we’ve received from our players.

Since Echoes of Mana’s launch on April 27, 2022, we’ve strived to provide an incredible and enjoyable gaming experience for our players every day that could exceed the day before. However, we’ve come to the conclusion that it would be difficult to continue maintaining the app experience, and to therefore end the app service.

As we approach the end of app service, please be aware of the following.

■ Service End Schedule
– Official Announcement Regarding End of App Service (This Announcement)
2023/2/13 6:00 (UTC)

– Sale of Spirit Crystals Ending (Coincides with Official Announcement)
2023/2/13 6:00 (UTC)
*You can continue to use the spirit crystals that you currently hold until the end of app service.

– End of App Service
2023/5/15 6:00 (UTC)
*In-game events are scheduled to be continually updated until the end of app service.

Our remaining time together may be short, but we hope to see you in Echoes of Mana still as we continue to bring exciting content and updates that you’re sure to enjoy.

Date: 2023/2/13
The Echoes of Mana Production Team


Alex Fuller

Alex joined RPGamer in 2011 as a Previewer before moving onto Reviews, News Director, and Managing Editor. Became Acting Editor-in-Chief in 2018.

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