Delisted Games reported back in April 2022 that Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf would lose its online features and covert solely to a single player experience. Well now, developer and publisher HeroCraft announced the removal of Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf in a Steam news post on August 28th. They wrote: Wolves! For all of those who
[UPDATE #2: 08/31/23] The eShop entry is now gone! The original post follows. The Nintendo eShop entry for Jeopardy! PlayShow now has the following notice: !NOTICE: Game services will end by September 29, 2023! Play real Jeopardy! episodes with friends, family, and the actual contestants! !NOTICE: Game services will end by September 29, 2023! Jeoparady!
Nintendo UK announced on their X feed that Fitness Boxing would be delisted on November 30th, 2023 from the Nintendo Switch eShop. Other European Nintendo accounts have also confirmed the removal. Nintendo UK tweets: From 30/11/2023, at 23:59 (UK time), it will no longer be possible to purchase the digital version of #FitnessBoxing. Nintendo UK
[UPDATE #2: 08/28/23] This Steam version of WARSAW has been replaced with WASAW RISING: City of Heroes, and the Steam link to WARSAW now redirects to it. This is a free-to-play game, which alters the game mechanics among other things as described in the initial blog for WARSAW RISING. Fans weren’t happy so the developers
Redbana Corporation, who is the North American publishing arm of Korean videogame developer and publisher, T3 Entertainment, announced the ending of their game Audition Online. The team wrote: Dear Auditioneers, Audition have been bringing us a lot of fun since it has been released. But we judged that sustain good game service in audition is
[UPDATE #2: 08/24/23] Eagle eye readers noticed that both Crysis 3 and Mirror’s Edge Catalyst are now removed from the Service Update pages on ea.com. Does that mean both are keeping online features past September 7th and December 8th or is it a mistake? Hopefully that’s an intentional change, but since we don’t know, I’ll
Back in February, Microsoft ‘accidentally’ posted a support page article stating that the Xbox 360 Marketplace would close in May 2023 but then retracted. Shawn wrote an essay three months later saying we ought to treat the 360 Marketplace as if it was announced to be closing. Turns out that was good advice as today
The 2015 game 60 Seconds! from Robot Gentlemen will be delisted on September 29, 2023 from GOG, thanks to a submission from MrFortyFive. The brief post states: We’d like to inform you that due to the publisher’s request, 60 Seconds! will be delisted from our catalog on Friday, September 29th. For everyone who purchased this
First thing’s first, which is a bit confusing, and that’s to explain why the image and headline are different. The company in question’s legal name is SUPER DOT COM, LTD, but their website is supergg.com, and their logo has “Super Good Games .com!” in it. Now on to the actual post… Thanks to a submission
[UPDATE #3: 07/30/23] Hey everyone! I’m sure you’ve spotted the recent news posts but to make it official: I’m happy to announce n64ra has joined the site and will be mostly focusing on news of upcoming delistings and shutdowns. And since my original announcement has been pinned here for a while I’m now going to
While Forza Horizon was delisted back on October 20, 2016, and Forza Horizon 2 was delisted on September 30, 2018, their online worlds persisted – until now. Turn 10 Studios announced last month that both games’ servers will be closing on August 22, 2023. According to the official news post, there are too few players
It’s time for another update from EA, and this one is regarding the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 title Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14. According to the Electronic Arts Service Update page, servers will go offline on October 10, 2023. I’ve added the title to the Watch List calendar.