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The Traditional Chinese version of KINGDOM HEARTS Union X officially launched in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau on January 25th, 2018. The Kingdom Hearts series purportedly does not have a large audience in these locations, so the announcement of a third version of the game specifically targeting this region came as quite a surprise.
An official Facebook page was created to deliver announcements of new content, such as story updates, new medals and collaborative events. However, these updates abruptly stopped in May 2018, and the game has remained at a standstill ever since.
But yesterday, an announcement was made for the first time in 8 months:
The Traditional Chinese version of KH Union X will be terminated on April 15th, 2019.
It's hard to say the writing hasn't been on the wall for some time. Between a lack of interest and small userbase, it simply wasn't worth it to keep the game running any further. However, players should not take the termination of this version as a sign of things to come for its Japanese and Global counterparts, as they continue to thrive in their third year of operation.