PS3-era multiplayer shooter finally shuts down more than 15 years after launch

A multiplayer shooter that was originally released on Playstation 3 consoles all the way back in 2007 has finally been shut down. Throughout the PS3 era, there were a slew of shooters that ended up making waves on Sony hardware. Killzone 2, resistance 2, war hawk, MAGAZINEand Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 were all popular on the platform at one point or another. And while many of these games have already seen their own servers go down, this now-shutdown game in question is one that never saw an individual release on console.

In the last month, the servers of team strength 2 on PS3 it eventually stopped working, making the multiplayer-only title unavailable to play. team strength 2 was originally released in October 2007, but did so as a game bundled with Valve’s the orange box. team strength 2 was the multiplayer title included in this package which also included games like half life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode 2and the original Portal.

Although it might be sad to see another game of the PS3 generation unplayable, chances are most fans won’t lose any sleep over it. team strength 2 close. By all accounts, TF2 it’s always been a multiplayer first for PC, which is most easily seen by the fact that it still has a strong fanbase on Steam. In fact, team strength 2 has always been so tied to the PC that the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game that came with the orange box in 2007 it failed to gain much traction at the time. As such, there probably won’t be much hard feelings about this development, even if it does make TF2 completely inaccessible in game station in the immediate future.

What do you think of the servers for team strength 2 on PS3 finally dropping? And are you surprised that they were still active until recently to begin with? Let me know in the comments or hit me up on Twitter at @MooreMan12.


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