EA Shuts Down Servers to Older Games

EA Shuts Down Servers to Older Games

As a new decade begins, so will an era of older generation sports titles being multi-player capable through the Internet will end. Electronic Arts will be turning off the servers to certain games that they consider dated. The list also includes some titles from early last year.

The company issued a statement thanking gamers for their continued participation in their online gaming community.

“We hope that your enthusiasm for these games extends to our current lineup and beyond,” concludes the statement.

The list of coming shutdowns is as follows:

February 2, 2010 Online Service Shutdown:

UEFA Champions League 07 PC and x360
Facebreaker x360 and PS3
Fantasy Football 09 x360 and PS3
FIFA 07 PSP, PS2, PC
Fight Night Round 3 PS2
Madden 08 Wii
Madden 08 PC
Madden 09 Xbox1
Madden 09 Wii and PSP
March Madness 07 x360
NBA 07 PSP, x360
NBA 08 PS2, PSP, Wii
NBA 09 Wii – Europe only
NBA Street (2007) PS3 and x360
NCAA Football 08 PS2
NCAA Football 09 PS2
NASCAR 08 PS2
NASCAR 09 PS2
NASCAR 09 PS3 and x360 – Europe Only
NFL Tour PS3 and x360
NHL 07 PSP and x360
NHL 08 PC
Tiger Woods 07 PC
Madden 09 x360 and PS3
Madden 07 Xbox 360


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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