BioWare's social fantasy tie-in - Dragon Age: Legends - will be shutting down on June 18th. Announcing the news on the official DAL blog, the team suggested that the move was not a reflection on the game's quality (or lack thereof), stating that they were hard at work on their "next core social projects".
"This is by no means a reflection on the quality of the game; the awesome team who created it; or the incredible, passionate community who has supported it," the statement ran.
"While it’s never fun to say goodbye, consider it only temporary. We’re also hard at work on our next core social projects, and we promise you they will be even more epic than anything we’ve done before. We hope you’ll join us again when they launch."
A "massive fire sale" began yesterday on all store items, but players will no longer be able purchase in-game "crowns" with real money. An offline version of the game will be available for download "shortly after the current version of the game shuts down" to allow for solo play.