Blue Potion’s revamped version of Echo of Soul is changing publishers, with Papaya Play taking over global publishing for the MMORPG in just a couple of weeks’ time.
With regards to the North American and Europe publishing rights, those will be with Gamigo until July 15th, and then transfer over to Papaya Play. There’s a transfer process in the works that will go live soon, and details about how this process will work is coming. Papaya Play says they’ll announce the transfer details very soon, with the official “transfer site in development” page over at Papaya Play says this will open on July 13th. You’ll need a Papaya Play account to have your game data transferred over when it’s live.
Echo of Soul was officially developed by Blue Potion,as a revamp of the original Aeria Games MMO (which became known as the Phoenix version). This new version was developed with members of the Lineage II team on board. The game has been running since 2017 and came to the West via Gamigo after an initial buy to play launch on Steam. Gamigo is now moving on. Echo of Soul features 60 dungeons, several PVP modes, quests, and a number of skills that let you customize your character journey.
Gamigo has ended several licenses and opened up several new ones in recent times, with the ArcheAge franchise moving over to Kakao Games last December, and Fractured Online being the newest big push this year.
Echo of Soul will migrate over to Papaya Play in just a couple of weeks, and it isn’t known yet just how much of the server data will transfer when the option begins operating on July 13th.
For more on the transfer, you can head over to Echo of Soul’s transfer site, or the game’s Discord.