Square Enix is ​​dropping Nintendo Switch racer Chocobo GP after just nine months

Square Enix has announced an end to “large-scale updates” for embattled Nintendo Switch racer Chocobo GP just nine months after launch.

While the game remains playable and leaderboards continue without the use of Prize Pass levels, no new characters or maps will be released, effectively ending support after Season 5 is completed.

Meanwhile, the sale of Mythril, Chocobo GP’s premium currency, has been discontinued. The in-game Mythril shop will disappear on January 6th. All purchased Mythril will then also become “invalid”. Square Enix said it will not issue refunds on purchased Mythril.

The Chocobo GP release date trailer gives a good look at the game.

“Thanks for playing Chocobo GP,” Square Enix said in one expression that couldn’t explain the decision.

“We hope you continue to enjoy Chocobo GP,” concluded Square Enix.

Chocobo GP is a Final Fantasy version of Mario Kart and features locations and characters from the popular RPG series.

It suffered from a number of issues at launch and came under fire for its persistent use of microtransactions and an extremely tricky Battle Pass.

Despite a series of patches and changes, Square Enix has clearly failed to turn things around.

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