Battlefield 1943 and Bad Company/2 may removed from sales on April 28

On the event of the fifteenth commemoration of the arrival of Combat zone 1943, Front Line Awful Organization, and Combat zone Terrible Organization 2, EA and DICE updated that they will be removed from significant shopping centers on April 28. After that, you won’t be able to buy it again. Additionally, on December 8th, the online service for these games will cease.

“While these games hold a special place in our hearts, we now look forward to creating new memories with you as we shift our focus to current and future Battlefield experiences.”

This series of games, Battlefield 1943 is one of them, Users only played it online, and many other games, but you can still play offline in the single-player campaign mode.

Over the past six months, EA has stopped the online service of a lot of games, including Mirror’s Edge in January. originally included Mirror’s Edge. EA corrected the error in a subsequent post. It would appear that this game is already offline.

In addition, Rebecka Coutaz, the general manager of DICE, stated in June that the studio has no time to work on projects other than Battlefield to position the IP as a market leader in first-person shooters.

Lastly, EA recently announced that DICE and Ridgeline Games, a new studio headed by Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto, will collaborate on the next Battlefield single-player campaign. Furthermore, DICE is now developing more multiplayer Battlefield experiences.

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