Alongside the death of the Killzone 2 and Killzone 3 servers, Sony will be shutting down the online services of three WipEout Games in 2018 for PS3 and Vita.
How's this even possible? I thought Sony didn't have dedicated servers according to a certain crowd?
LOL are you somehow trying to blame Xbox fans for this or what? Sony didn't have dedicated servers?
Yeah we blame Xbox fans for Sony not having dedicated servers. In the future we will also blame them for cancer. /s.
Non-dedicated servers can still be shut down. Not that hard to understand.
LOL, what is there to shutdown? Is Sony going around people's homes to shutdown the peer to peer hosted games? Seems you do have issues with understanding...
The matchmaking software side of things, genius. Matchmaking servers can and have been shut down before, leaving you with no functional multiplayer. Try researching next time before posting nonsense.
Well, genius, Killzone has actual dedicated servers, not just matchmaking ones. So before calling someone out on doing research, why don't you?
Damn even the Vita gets hit? Reminds me of the 6th console gen when tons of servers for awesome games got shut down anywhere from 2 to 4 years after they initially launched. Better enjoy whatever games' online components you can while you can before they get wiped out of existence.
wish they'd rerelease White Knight Chronicles 2 on PS4 so I can play online again. That game was amazing
Wait! Sony exclusive games had dedicated servers? Killzone 2 and 3 and now WipEout! We know Resistance 1-3 had dedicated servers as well as GT 5-6 and MAG and Uncharted 2 and 3 and ao on and so forth. As far as I know non-dedicated servers cannot be shutdown on Sony platforms until Sony stops hosting the game services on the platform. So when Sony stops supporting matchmaking via PSN on PS3 then those games without dedicated servers will be shut down... I did my research UKRsoldja
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