Deadman’s Cross Dead On PlayStation Vita

By Spencer . September 3, 2015 . 11:30pm

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Square Enix is shutting down service for Deadman’s Cross, a zombie themed card battle game. Originally released for smartphones, the PlayStation Vita version launched in the West this past February. Service for Deadman’s Cross will end on September 30. While the Vita version will close, Deadman’s Cross will live on iOS and Android.

 

If you’ve been playing the Vita version you can transfer your data to the smartphone version. A “Data Transfer” button has been added to the info screen. After you put in a password, open Deadman’s Cross on a iOS or Android device. Put in your player name and password to transfer your data.

 

Anyone who played Deadman’s Cross before July 30 can transfer their data. You’ll get ten Elite Hunt Permits and ten Energy Drinks when you migrate to the smartphone version. Please note that Deadman’s Coins will not be carried over from the Vita version so you might want to use those coins before transferring your data.


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