Battlefield: Bad Company and 1943 Will No Longer be Sold by EA, Since Both Titles have been Removed from Store Shelves

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According to a recent blog post by Electronic Arts, some classic Battlefield titles will no longer be available for purchase digitally as of April 28th. Games like Battlefield: Bad Company 1 & 2, Battlefield 1943, and the original Mirror’s Edge will be affected.

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Starting from April 28th, these beloved games will no longer be on sale but can still be enjoyed offline. On December 8th, the online servers for these titles will be shut down, marking the end of an era for the Battlefield franchise.

Bidding Adieu to Battlefield: Bad Company

Battlefield: Bad Company was a revolutionary addition to the franchise, offering a more light-hearted tone, vast open environments, unprecedented levels of destruction, and memorable, humorous characters. This game also introduced the Frostbite engine, which remains a standard in modern Battlefield games since its debut in 2008.

The original Bad Company, along with Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Battlefield 1943, and Mirror’s Edge, will be removed from digital platforms on April 28th.

As stated on EA’s official announcement:

“While these games hold a special place in our hearts, we are excited to create new memories with you as we focus on the present and future of the Battlefield franchise.”

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Electronic Arts has recently revealed the discontinuation of Apex Legends Mobile and the cancellation of Battlefield Mobile. These changes align with the company’s efforts to improve Battlefield 2042, their current FPS game developed by DICE and EA, which has faced challenges since its troubled launch.

PlayStation Plus members can acquire Battlefield 2042 this month with exclusive benefits.

The departure of Battlefield: Bad Company, an icon of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 era, leaves fans reflecting on the legacy of the franchise and eagerly anticipating the future of Battlefield.

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