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The games gets old and then what?

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Initial post: 8 Mar 2013 15:05:12 GMT
Fishman says:
People will still want to play this game years from now, but will EA be running the servers for what will be an "old" game?

Have EA stated how long they will run the servers for?

I guess they'll expect you to pay for the latest version of the game. Nice way to make you pay a subscription every couple of years on the sly...

Posted on 8 Mar 2013 19:16:05 GMT
M J says:
Exactly. What happens in 5 years if EA turn off the servers? What then? I still play games that are age old and they work because they don't require ridiculous DRM like this.

Posted on 8 Mar 2013 21:46:04 GMT
sadoldbishop says:
I read that they can switch them off with just 30 days notice on their website...then you pay them for their next game I guess. This whole launch debacle just makes them seem untrustworthy so far as I can tell.

Posted on 9 Mar 2013 12:25:09 GMT
Ryan says:
EA took Tiger Woods 10 (PS3) servers offline in 2012 so you get 2 years play for £40
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