Square Enix to End Game Streaming Service “Dive In” in September

on August 17, 2015 5:33 PM

Square Enix announced on their official site that they would be terminating their Japanese game streaming service “Dive In” on September 13th.

The company will reimburse customers who paid for the 365 day subscription a full refund regardless of the remaining usage period, which can be subsequently used on other services and games on the site.

Repayment is set to begin the end of August of this year and those eligible for a refund will be contacted by the company in a separate email.

Dive In launched back in October 2014 and allowed customers to stream Square Enix videogames after paying for a subscription of their choice. Launch titles included Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy VII International and Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders.

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