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Gamigo's Twin Saga, Defiance, and Defiance 2050 Are Shutting Down Today

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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A quick PSA in case this slipped past you, Gamigo is shutting down several titles today, including Twin Saga, Defiance and Defiance 2050. Though the actual news of the shutdowns were announced earlier this year in February, the time has come.

We first reported on these shut downs in February with Twin Saga, Defiance, and Defiance 2050 all shuttering. At the time, this was what was shared about the Twin Saga shutdown:

"After 5 years in Twin Saga full of peaks and valleys together, the story of the twin goddesses, Marisa and Amaris, has come to an end. Today, with a heavy heart, we are sad to announce that Twin Saga will officially cease all operations on April 29, 2021."

The shutdowns also extend to Defiance and Defiance 2050. The primary reason for the shut down here was that these games simply couldn’t sustain themselves.

“Since the release of Defiance 8 years ago, followed by the release of Defiance 2050 3 years ago, we have shared countless gaming memories. Today we come to you with hearts heavy with sadness as we announce that Defiance and Defiance 2050 will officially cease all operations on April 29, 2021.”

Prior to the shutdown, several bonuses and discounts were available including:

  • 95% discount on all in-game items sold for Bits in the Defiance Store.
  • Every 1-2 weeks, we will hold a server event for Defiance and Defiance 2050.
  • Server Boosts for Skill, Reputation, and Experience Points will be active.
  • Item giveaways.

If you played any of these titles, sound off with your thoughts below. Did you enjoy them? Could you see this coming? What were some of your best memories of these titles?


Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.