It's been a long and hard road for Fury, the Australian-made MMO. Released late last year, the game was well received but soon struggled to find its feet in the crowded MMO market. Rumours of financial trouble at Auran, developer of Fury, began to circulate, and soon were realised as Auran moved into liquidation in December.
Despite this, Fury has been soldiering on in the intervening months, with rewards for those who stuck with the game. Until now. A post on the official Fury forums indicates that Fury will now close its doors for good.
"We have reached our time limit to find a solution that would help us keep the Fury servers open. Sadly, no solution has been found and so we have no alternative than to shut the servers down in 48 hours," the post reads. It also continues to thank the players and the Auran team, and notes that the "naysayers and doomsdayers, we know that deep down you wanted Fury to succeed."
The post ends with the advice that the Fury servers and website will shut down in 48 hours, which by our estimates makes today the last full day of Fury left. The post also advises players who purchased Fury in the last month to return it to the store of purchase.
Thanks to forum member Mipac for the tip.