Electronics Arts will remove Battlefield 1943, Battlefield: Bad Company 1 and 2, and Mirror’s Edge from digital stores starting April 28th. After that, the online components of these games will close on December 8th.
EA reports The removal of the four games from digital stores means they are no longer available for purchase and this is in preparation for the closure of online title services. Bad Company 1 and 2 and Mirror’s Edge will all remain playable, though as of the end of this year it will be limited to offline portions such as the single-player campaigns.
The games Battlefield and Mirror’s Edge have a “special place in our hearts,” the publisher says, but now they’re looking to create new memories. EA says the focus is now turning to current and future Battlefield experiences.
Battlefield 1943 was the third title in the series of Battlefield and was released in 2009 as a digital game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 only. The shooter focuses on the battle of World War II in the Pacific Ocean between the Americans and Japan, where, among other things, the Wake Island playground was very popular.
Bad Company came out in 2008 and its sequel followed in 2010. Both parts have a single-player campaign with the necessary action and humor, but they are also known for the multiplayer part. Thanks to the Frostbite engine, the playing field can be pretty much destroyed, and Bad Company 2 is certainly praised for its graphics, sound, and intense action.
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