Fifteen years after its release, Battlefield 1943, Bad Company and Bad Company 2 prepare to say goodbye to online stores as Electronic Arts announces the closure of its servers this year.
Certainly, bad time for digital games. While Nintendo is preparing to close the doors of the Nintendo eShop on the Wii U and 3DS range, another publisher has also announced the imminent withdrawal of several of its games. In fact, it was only yesterday, Electronic Arts has confirmed “the end of the journey” for three of the Battlefield gameswhich will soon no longer be available for purchase in online stores.
Three Battlefield Games Will Be Disappearing Soon
“As we approach 15 years since the release of Battlefield 1943 and Bad Company 1 and 2, we announce that their journey is coming to an end.” can we read in particular in an official press release. Therefore, effective April 28, 2023, the games will no longer be available for purchase digitally.a way for EA to prepare for the shutdown of its online servers, which will be cut from December 8, 2023.
“While these titles hold a special place in our hearts, we now look forward to creating new memories with you as we focus on our current and future Battlefield experiences.” then indicates the editor. However, Players can be reassured that this will obviously not prevent them from continuing to play the single-player components of these titles. if you already have them.
And the edge of the mirror?
Besides, you may have seen the information that Mirror’s Edge is also affected for this news. But if so, don’t worry: it was a mistake. “We currently have no plans to remove (the game) online stores” corrected the official Battlefield Twitter account. More fear than harm for fans of single player games, who have not missed the opportunity to revive the debate on the conservation of video games for the occasion.
An update on Battlefield 1943, Bad Company and Bad Company 2
An earlier version of this ad featured Mirror’s Edge. It was a mistake. We currently have no plans to remove Mirror’s Edge from digital stores.
—Battlefield (@Battlefield) March 21, 2023
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