Credit score to u/cloudsheep0 for pointing this out.
Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight is the fourth worst rated sport on Steam, which in all probability explains why they pulled it.
As for Crysis, my idea is that they pulled it as a result of the Steam model has some main issues:
- For many individuals the sport merely doesn't work as a result of they can’t acquire a legitimate CD key on account of a protracted working drawback with how CD keys are dealt with for EA legacy titles.
- When you’ve got an AMD CPU, the crash will crash upon booting.
There are fan workarounds for these, however from EA's perspective the sport is being offered and it doesn't work. I've seen EA's tech assist folks responding to a continuing stream of individuals asking, "Why does the Steam model of Crysis not work?"
The GOG model of Crysis continues to be being offered. And the Origin model continues to be being offered, however has been renamed Crysis (2007), as a result of on account of their publishing settlement, Crytek have to offer variations of the Crysis remasters for EA to placed on Origin a yr after preliminary launch, which they’ve carried out just lately.
(All of the publishing and distribution of the unique Crysis releases is dealt with by Digital Arts. Crytek don’t have any involvement.)
If these different variations get pulled or present any indicators of getting pulled, that's a trigger for concern. However I don't suppose that's taking place. That is simply EA going via their person suggestions and cleansing up, which explains why C&C4 has been pulled on the similar time.