Allods Online Philippines Bites the Dust

Written by Chad

November 20, 2012

 

A sad day for the MMO Community as Allods Online Philippines will be closing its gates on December 15, 2012.

Level Up Games Philippines already posted the announcement on the official website of Allods Online and they have provided special in-game packages to those who will play in one of their upcoming game; Eligium.

Level Up Games also posted some of the important dates that the Allods players should take note.

  • Nov. 15 – New account registration for Allods Online will be disabled.
  • Nov. 21 – Tagging of Allods account to Eligium.
  • Nov. 29 – Conversion of LU! Credits to Allods Perrah on MyLevelUp! will be disabled.
  • Dec. 3 – Item Mall will no longer be accessible.
  • Dec. 3 – Unused Perrah will be converted back to LU! Credits on your MyLevelUp! account.
  • Dec. 14 – Forums, website and fan pages will be closed.
  • Dec. 15 – Allods Online PH servers will be permanently shut down.
  • Dec. 18 – Claiming of Eligium Welcome Package
Allods Online is a 3d MMORPG created by Russian game developers Astrum Nival, the game borrows some features from current RPGs and has a unique feature where you can create your own ship and sail and battle against other players in a ship-to-ship combat.

 

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