After a strange and largely unnoticed turn of events, Evolve — 2K’s asymmetrical multiplayer survival game from 2015 that had mostly shut down in 2018 — will now be shutting down for good in July, of this year. Wait, what? While most of us acknowledged the game’s coming and going without a second thought, its
First mentioned last August, 2K Games has now confirmed that online features for WWE 2K19 and 2K20 will be shut down on June 30th, 2022. The news came from the WWEGames twitter account on May 9th: Attention WWE 2K community: On June 30, 2022, we will sunset support for WWE 2K19 & WWE 2K20 servers.
2K announced on Steam and their support site on Monday that the multiplayer and challenge mode features in XCOM 2 will be removed from the Steam version on March 28th. The brief post only mentions freeing up resources, presumably for Firaxis’ upcoming Marvel Midnight Suns. The team’s announcement follows: As a heads up to the
2K Support made a new post regarding existing matchmaking and online features for WWE 2K19 and 2K20 on August 26th. Gameplay modes in 2K20 will be retired starting in late September with online play and user-created content being shut down in both titles alongside the release of the next WWE 2K game, currently planned for
[UPDATED 12/29/20] At some point the 2K Support page was updated with a solid date: January 25th, 2021 is the day that Battleborn officially shuts down and becomes unplayable. Our original post from November 26th, 2019 follows: Despite receiving its final content update way back in September of 2017, Gearbox Software’s Battleborn has held on