Bandai Namco announced that it is shutting down services worldwide for Digimon Links, the turn-based 3v3 “Digimon Training Battle” smartphone game on July 30, 2019. Sales of its micro-transaction DigiStones already ended in the English version but will remain available in Japan until June 27, 2019.
Here’s a message from the English version of the game:
[Important] Digimon Links is Shutting Down
We regret to announce the closure of Digimon Links.
Thank you all for your support and we hope you enjoyed playing.
We will be keeping the servers open until 4:00 UTC July 30th, 2019, so please continue to enjoy Digimon Links until the very end.
All items can be used until the last day, so if you have any items or DigiStone in your account, please use them before July 30th, 2019.
Also, from today, we are disabling the purchase of DigiStone.
For more information, please check in-game announcements.
*The exact time service will no longer be available may vary depending on your region.
Digimon Links is available for iOS and Android. The game first released in Japan as Digimon Linkz in March 2016, followed by a worldwide release in October 2017 as