The studio will provide a full refund to every Paragon player for every purchase on any platform. The studio also indicated that Paragon was struggling to retain players.
"Paragon will close down on April 26, 2018", the post simply said, followed by a link to Paragon's news update on their official website. Development on Paragon has been slowing down for some time now despite the game offering a holiday event this past Christmas.
Paragon, the free-to-play MOBA from Gears of War mastermind Epic Games, is officially shutting up shop on April 26. If you want to get your money back, you can head to the Paragon site and fill out a form with details of your various purchases.
'It's with heavy hearts we've chose to close down Paragon, ' said the developer.
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Paragon is a MOBA similar to Smite, in that it's played from the perspective of a third-person action game, rather than an isometric, strategy game-style view. We have failed you - despite the team's incredibly hard work - and we're sorry. You can disable the automatic team-filling option if you don't have any buddies to play with and you're exhausted of being matched up with teammates who never try to revive you even if you're holding your guts in right next to them (yep, still salty over here). The refund will come directly from Epic Games instead of platform providers or retailers. It involves creating and linking an Epic account (if you don't already have one linked to the game) and then going to this page. "As the player population continues to decrease, matchmaking times and quality will further degrade", the post concludes.