Heads up, another short notice from the GOG.com team popped up on Tuesday regarding the remaining Cinemaware titles on the platform. The four titles will all be removed from sale on Friday, January 19th at 11am EST (4pm UTC). We’d like to inform you that due to publisher’s request, Defender of the Crown, Rocket Ranger
Little Orbit and PLAION announced on January 16th that the console versions of APB Reloaded will be shutting down and that the Xbox release has already become unplayable. Fortunately, player data is still accessible and the teams have opened up a migration process to bring existing console progress over to the PC and Steam versions.
After being delisted back on November 14th the team at Final Strike Games have returned just four weeks later to announce that Rocket Arena’s servers, and the game in its entirety, will be shut down on March 21st, 2024. For its remaining players on PC, Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One the team has announced
After being quietly delisted on all platforms, Ubisoft Ivory Tower announced that their 2014 open-world driving MMO, The Crew, would be shutting down entirely on March 31, 2024. Ubisoft’s full message, as posted on The Crew’s homepage, follows: In December 2014, we launched The Crew, our beloved first game of the franchise and one of
Rocket Panda Games first announced in September that another update to Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds would be coming to PC and consoles in 2024. Unsurprisingly then, the studio recently announced that both Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds and Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive (as well as all of their DLC) will be removed from all digital
Poptropica’s official Instagram and X (Twitter) accounts were updated hours after the supposed shutdown announcement stating that the game would not close on the 29th, and have claimed the Discord account that posted it did not belong to them. Memberships for the game will remain free for all players throughout the month of December. The