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Post by Eorl @ 12:18pm 15/04/14 | 6 Comments
Crytek has confirmed that the original Crysis and Crysis 2 will be losing their online multiplayer modes when GameSpy is shutdown on May 31st (vaia CVG. The games join a rather long list that will go offline come the closure.

While titles like Battlefield will be moving to a new home thanks to DICE and EA, Crytek has said that it will not be doing the same with its Crysis titles. “The single-player campaigns in both games are unaffected by this transition, and the multiplayer mode in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 versions of Crysis 2 remain playable,” reads a statement on the German developer’s official Crysis forum.

“We’d like to thank everyone who has taken up arms in Crysis and Crysis 2′s multiplayer modes in the last few years, and apologize to the small but dedicated community of PC players who are still actively competing against one another.”

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Posted 01:45pm 15/4/14
what a joke.
Posted 01:46pm 15/4/14
and what about borderlands? If something happens to the multiplayer I will actually fight this with steam.
Posted 02:11pm 15/4/14
Mother f*****s. I mean I wasn't gonna play them. But I'd be pissed off if they did this and I did.
Posted 02:54pm 15/4/14
right on man - soladarity (or however its spelt) forever

Posted 03:53pm 15/4/14
Makes me wonder how many other middleware service providers there are out there.
Posted 04:27pm 15/4/14
Makes me wonder how many other middleware service providers there are out there.

Not many, but that doesn't mean it's a good thing. It's worse, because now the people who sell the games to us are running their own.

Which means (it hasn't happened much yet, but it will) they will close off master servers at their liking, typically before they bring out another big release.

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