Three games will see their online capabilities end shortly.
These Sony Interactive Entertainment-published titles will see an online game over in just mere weeks. PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (Sony’s Super Smash Bros.-clone), Twisted Metal, and Warhawk’s online functions will be shut down on October 25. In the case of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, the PlayStation Vita‘s online services are also getting disabled!
Although it’s not a PS3 game, David Jaffe (who helped create Twisted Metal and God of War) will see his project, Drawn to Death, have its servers shut down on PlayStation 4 on March 25. (Which means Jaffe will see two titles related him getting stuck offline in just half a year – the Twisted Metal reboot launched in 2012.)
We should clap Warhawk: it’s a remake of a PS1 game that started in 2007 on PlayStation 3, which means its servers have been online for eleven years. That is no mean feat for this PS3 title!
Source: PlayStation LifeStyle
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