Heroes of Newerth One of the first MOBA titles will officially close in 2022

Heroes of Newerth One of the first MOBA titles will officially close in 2022

After more than 12 years of accompanying gamers who are passionate about MOBA games from the beginning until now, Heroes of Newerth (HoN) finally has to say goodbye in the middle of 2022 after a long time of absence from players.

Heroes of Newerth One of the first MOBA titles will officially close in 2022

If you do not know, Heroes of Newerth (HoN) is one of the first games to develop according to the success of the Dota MOBA type on Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne in the past. Despite being left behind after Dota 2 was released, HoN still maintains a steady fan base over the years. However, after a long time with too few updates and the introduction of many new game lines, HoN also led to be forgotten behind larger rivals such as League of Legends, Dota 2 and the launch of MOBA on mobile. .

According to the latest announcement from the homepage, Heroes of Newerth (HoN) will officially stop all activities of the game in June 2022. To show gratitude to gamers who still support the game until today, HoN will continuously open long running events until the closing date, starting from December 20, 2021 with the Bonus Silver Coin, Plinko Drop event. and unlock premium items that can be purchased with regular currency. The loading and purchasing portals will officially close by the end of this year.

This is probably sad news for nostalgic gamers who first got acquainted with the moba genre through Dota and HoN. Unfortunately, this is also a predictable route when the game has gradually lost its appeal in 2015 and surprisingly has lasted until today.

Roblox stands by accusations of lack of child protection on its platform

Roblox is currently considered the most massively multiplayer online game platform worldwide, and in its Q3 2021 financial announcement, many were surprised by the platform’s incredibly strong growth. this platform. Accordingly, the needs of gamers in games like MeepCity and Adopt Me! is reaching a very high level

However, in the latest information posted by People Make Games, Roblox ‘s child protection issue is being ignored by the platform. Even in a video posted by People Make Games in August on Youtube, the object of Roblox’s database mining is mostly children from 9 to 15 years old.

After this report, there have also been many accusations from internet users against Roblox when the anfy platform failed to take measures to protect the children on the platform. Specifically, Roblox lacks supervision over the organizations that create games on this platform, from which children can access games that are not suitable for their age.

This has raised concerns about young gamers accessing games with unhealthy content, which can affect their psychology, spirit or even behavior when they grow up. Currently, Roblox side has not had any response on this issue and the wave of opposition to this platform has become stronger than ever.

According to financial reports, Roblox’s revenue was $509.3 million, up 102% year-on-year. The platform currently has 47.3 million daily active people, an increase of 31% over the same period in 2020. In a share by the CEO Roblox also shared that the platform is deeply attached to the life of many gamers, becoming an indispensable part of many users.

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