Because over the last few years, the main dev has vanished for a year without telling any of the other staff members. He was the only one with any of the source, access to the money and the server. Then nearly two years ago, the server went down. After 6 months and a reddit message send by me, the devs finally admitted the server was down and removed the up status from the homepage, however didn't even bother to make a notice of what was going on. They have yet to respond to any of the staff members about the status of what's being done, if anything. The least that could be done is 5 minutes to write up a post saying "Hey the server is down due to reason a, b, c, and etc." yet they have just completely ghosted on this project. Complete radio silence is the worse thing they could have done to this project. Bad reasons would have been better then silence. Sadly there isn't much in the way of .hack fan games around right now, and them doing shit like that makes us other .hack fan creators look bad. If you want follow other fan games of .hack there is the revived The World 2D renamed The World R1 and a in progress 3D MMO based on GU being made by @Tyrial and Zaren over at CyberConnects2. They are also kind of enough to host my project with theirs, which is a custom cracked Minecraft client/server that is recreating the .hack maps and gameplay in Minecraft via the use of mods and ripped assets from the .hack games. You don't need a Minecraft account to play, just a forum account from the above linked forums. If you are looking for some thing that be played in desktop mode and with various methods of VR, there is The World - Social VR Chatroom which uses an app on Steam called VRChat and ripped game assets from the games. You can explore the various root towns and hidden fields either by yourself or with others. The VRChat is in Alpha and free right now and will start adding scripting so combat is a thing that is being looked at for that project. These are the only indie games that are actually .hack related around anymore. If you are looking to find other .hack fans and such, there is the Dothack Network discord with over 300 members. We talk about the shows, our collections, some of the indie games like my minecraft project, The World R:Craft and the VRChat project, as well as playing Fragment via real ps2s or emulators.