Crysis 3’s Online Multiplayer Bids Farewell After a Decade: Last Chance to Engage
In a bittersweet announcement, Electronic Arts (EA) has confirmed the impending closure of Crysis 3’s online multiplayer servers after a remarkable decade of gameplay. The clock is ticking, with the server shutdown scheduled for Thursday, September 7, leaving just a few days for dedicated gamers to relish their last moments in the game’s immersive multiplayer world.
Crysis 3, a first-person shooter released in 2013, has garnered a loyal player base over the years. While the decision to shut down its servers wasn’t entirely unexpected given the game’s age, it serves as a poignant reminder that online gaming experiences, no matter how cherished, have a finite lifespan. It’s a stark realization that 2013, the year of Crysis 3’s launch, is now a decade behind us.