The Publisher Electronic Arts recently removed two games from the offer of the online shop of Steam. It is the ego shooter Crysis from the year 2007 as well as the strategy game Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight from 2010. If you visit the product pages, you will find the full overview, but there is no way more, the games to buy. Instead, there is the comment:
On request of the publisher, Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight / Crysis on Steam no longer for sale.
A more detailed explanation for this decision is not found there. At least Crysis is still for sale for example at Origin or Gog.com. However, Reddit.com has some speculations around the step of Electronic Arts. Crysis could be very obvious with Crysis: Only in September of this year was the Remastered version of Crysis via Steam on the market. In addition, the original of the ego shooter still has some problems such as the procurement of a valid CD key and crash bugs in conjunction with AMD processors.
In the case of Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight, the explanatory attempts are not so easy. It may be because the strategy game from the Developer Studio EA Los Angeles has the four-wedding rating of all titles at Steam. The reviews there are extremely negative overall. It is therefore conceivable that Electronic Arts has taken this for the occasion to remove the game from the offer. What do you think?
Source: Steam, reddit.com
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13.10.2021 at 11:01