Japanese online franchise Monster Hunter Frontier was originally released on PC in 2007. The franchise was later ported to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita as Monster Hunter Frontier G before being released as Monster Hunter Frontier Z on PlayStation 4 too. While the Xbox 360 and Wii U servers had already disappeared, the PlayStation servers had managed to cling on resolutely, but that run is soon going to come to an end too. Capcom has revealed the servers will close on December 18th.
The team has made the decision due to feeling unable to continue providing a satisfactory service for players in the future. Until the game's servers are closed, in-game events will continue to run. Very soon, the game will be removed from sale, although you'll be able to make in-game purchases until December 11th. If players have a leftover subscription period once the servers are closed, they can apply for a refund beginning on December 19th and will have until March 31st, 2020 to do so.
Once the game's servers are closed, all of the game's 93 trophies will become discontinued, so if you still have some trophies to earn in the game, you have six months to do so.
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