Australian studio Auran, announced that it shutting down its action MMO Fury. The game was released October 16 of last year and immediately failed in gaining much of an audience.nopeQuickly after the release of the game, it moved to a free play system, and shortly after that Auran had to cut almost all staff. Now though, CEO Tony Hilliam says "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."Hilliam added, "To all those players who have enjoyed Fury and played countless battles, I am sorry that we could not find a viable business model that would allow you to continue playing. To all those naysayers and doomsdayers, we know that deep down you wanted Fury to succeed. Have fun with your parting wishes :)"