Today is the last day to be able to play in multiplayer with Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception and The Last of Us for PlayStation 3. Starting from September 3rd the servers will be closed permanently.
This means that from tomorrow it will not be possible to play in a multiplayer while as regards the single player there will be no problems of any kind. A choice obviously dictated by the very small number of users still active on these three titles that marked the PlayStation 3 era but which now count on a community reduced to low light, a natural consequence of the many years since its launch.
Over the weekend, Sony’s move to remove Driveclub from the PSN a day earlier than reported was aroused, apparently due to licensing issues with the use of trademarks and rights on music tracks.
This is an inevitable step even for very popular games, but now they have a few years on their shoulders, certainly they regret not being able to use the multiplayer component of some titles, as confirmed but it will still be possible to continue having fun with the relative single-player campaigns.