Battlefield 3, 4, and Hardline are listed on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 storefronts this month.

EA has announced that it will delist three Battlefield titles from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 digital storefronts at the end of the month.

On July 31st, the PS3/Xbox 360 versions of Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, and Battlefield: Hardline will be removed from sale. Owners of these games will still be able to play their single-player content, but online support for these titles will end on November 7. The embedded announcement post on X also includes a link to an FAQ to answer additional questions about the sunset process.

While the digital PS3/Xbox 360 versions of these games are going away, Battlefield 3 will still be available for purchase on PC. The same is true for Battlefield 4 and Hardline, and these two titles will remain on sale for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC/PS4/Xbox One versions are not affected by today’s updates.

It’s never a good thing to see games like this taken off the shelves. The reason has to do with EA Sunsetting Online Support; It’s not fair to continue selling games with popular online modes if that entity no longer works. For those still logging into Battlegrounds on PS3 and 360, you still have a few months to enjoy the ride.

For more on Battlefield, you can learn about how the next entry is shaping up (which is being done with the help of Dead Space remake developer Motive Studios).

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