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EA have not found any alternative to the dying Gamespy service and a large number of games thus lose multiplayer support.<br>
Gamespy has long been a household name for gamers, as numerous games, both PC and console, had multiplayer modes built on servers.<br>
2014 marks the notoriously late for Gamespy, which also means that hundreds of games are in danger of losing support for gaming on-line.<br>
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Many developers and publishers, including Activision, Rockstar and SEGA has announced that they are working to find alternative solutions for games that use the Gamespy servers. Similar messages came from EA, which over the years have used Gamespy for many titles, but now the company has announced that they choose to flappers support in their Gamespy games.<br><br>Read more at link above.<br><br><br>A complete list of games that are shut down can be found here at EA website:

ttp://www2.ea.com/1/service-updates