A tweet was seen on Twitter that the Chinese servers of Fortnight, which is better known in the Chinese market as Fortress Night, will be shut down on November 15 at 11 p.m. 

Presumably, this may be due to the low popularity of the game in this country, given the strict laws of China, which makes the game very different from the European version. In China, microtransactions and loot boxes are considered gambling and are prohibited, and the Battle Pass is free. 

The gameplay itself is also quite different from the original game, matches last no more than 20 minutes, after this time, the winner will be a choice by result, who has more points scored per match. And gamers under 18 years old are prohibited from playing for more than 1.5 hours on weekdays. Also, for example, in the Chinese version of the game, the characters are presented in the form of holograms and instead of life points, they display the battery charge.