Deus Ex And Hitman Mobile Games To Be Delisted Next Week


Four mobile games from Onoma (formerly Square Enix Montreal) will be delisted next week. The removal from the list, which applies to games from major franchises such as God Ex Y Hitman, it doesn’t just mean that you won’t be able to download them anymore; Starting in January, you won’t be able to play the games either, even if you purchased them.

Onoma announced this news through his official Twitter account. A tweet sent last night says that arena battle champions, deus ex go, Hitman Sniper: ShadowsY Space Invaders: Hidden Heroes they will all be taken off sale on both the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store on December 1, which is next Thursday.

After this, these games will be completely shut down on January 4th. When that happens, Onoma says that “you won’t be able to access the games”, so even if you paid money for them (which you may well have, given that deus ex go is a premium game), they will disappear from your library.

bad news if you bought deus ex go on mobile: you won’t be able to play it for much longer.

It’s also worth noting that in-game purchases for all four games have already stopped, so you won’t be able to pick up anything from your in-game stores. Onoma also recommends that you use your previous in-game purchases before January 4th, as there are no refunds planned at this time.

We first learned that Square Enix Montreal would be changing its name to Onoma back in August, when a trademark was registered in Canada’s trademark database for something called “Studio Onoma.” That turned out to be the new name of Square Enix Montreal, creators of the popular Let’s go mobile puzzle game series including spin-offs for tomb Raider, HitmanY God Ex.

Embracer Group, which bought the Montreal studio in May this year, changed the name from Square Enix Montreal to Onoma in October. However, just a few weeks later, Onoma was shut down. Phil Rogers, head of Onoma’s parent group, CDE Entertainment, aforementioned “growth opportunities focused on our core franchises and AAA games” as one of the main reasons for closing Onoma.

We have contacted the Embracer Group for comment on this story, especially with reference to the status of other Square Enix Montreal/Onoma games such as hitman go Y Lara Croft Goand we will update this article as soon as we know anything else.


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