Two Call of Juarez Titles Removed from Digital Stores - VGChartz
Two Call of Juarez Titles Removed from Digital Stores

Two Call of Juarez Titles Removed from Digital Stores - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 03 April 2018 / 1,372 Views

Ubisoft has removed two of its titles - Call of Juarez: Gunslinger and Call of Juarez: The Cartel - from the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store and Steam.

The games are still available on the Ubisoft Uplay store if you want to buy them. 


Call of Juarez: Gunslinger was released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PSP, and Windows PC, while Call of Juarez: The Cartel was released on all of those platforms, except the PSP.

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kirby007 (on 04 April 2018)

Quite sure if they are linked to your account you cab redownload them anyway

Mr Puggsly (on 04 April 2018)

So either buy a physical copy or piracy.

Liquid_faction (on 03 April 2018)

This is why I don't like fully transitioning to Digital. One day a publisher can just screw you over, and remove all your games that you paid for. At least with the disc, you can re-use it a again and again. If it's only in your hard drive, you better hope to god that doesn't fail otherwise the money you spent is gone.

dominikk_pl (on 03 April 2018)

It's only deleted from the store, you can download it if you bought it before - at least that's how it works on PSN.

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Azzanation (on 04 April 2018)

If you already own the game its yours forever. They just removed it so you cannot download it anymore. Similar to how you cannot find copies on a store shelf after a time period.
This getting removed from digital could be a licensing issue

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