Online support for four Electronic Arts games, including Red Alert 3, will stop

Electronic Arts has decided to end online support for a number of its titles. These include old titles. The online part of these titles will not be available from 18 Aban (9 November). If you are a fan of these games, you only have a few more months to meet them again. The titles that are no longer supported online by Electronic Arts are:

BingMag.com Online support for four Electronic Arts games, including Red Alert 3, will stop

Electronic Arts has decided to end online support for a number of its titles. These include old titles. The online part of these titles will not be available from 18 Aban (9 November). If you are a fan of these games, you only have a few more months to meet them again. The titles that are no longer supported online by Electronic Arts are:

  • Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars
  • Expansion pack for the previous game called Wrath Kane's Wrath Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3 Mercenaries 2: World in Flames /li>

    The mentioned titles were in the Xbox 360 console era. All of them were built in 2007 and 2008. For this reason, it is relatively old and the lack of online support for them seems logical. Most of the titles in this list are also available through running old titles on new consoles (Backwards Compatibility).

    BingMag.com Online support for four Electronic Arts games, including Red Alert 3, will stop

    Command and Conquer 3 game was one of the best strategy titles of generation 7.

    The reason for the termination of support for these titles is their lack of acceptance. In general, Electronic Arts closes the online part of a game when it sees that it is not getting much support. This movement is also correct. Because there is less pressure on the servers and on the other hand, the staff can focus on other titles.

    Most of the titles in this list are in strategy style. In general, this style has many fans and is well received. However, it is very difficult to experience online games on a console with a controller. That is why it is less popular on this platform. Now Electronic Arts has announced the end of the life of these games with no online support for these titles.

    Of course, fans still have access to the story part of these titles. For this reason, if you are still very interested in these games, you can still experience their offline part.

    Source: Gamespot.com

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