As a refresher, DuckTales: Remastered is currently available on the Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 3, Steam, and Xbox 360.
Until its removal, the game is on sale for up to 75% off.
The approximate times when the game will go offline for good are as follows:
- Wii U – August 9, 4:59 p.m. PDT
- PlayStation 3 – August 9, 8 a.m. PDT
- Xbox 360, Xbox One (via Backwards Compatibility) – August 8, 5 p.m. PDT
- Steam – 4:59 p.m. PDT (we’re waiting to hear back from Capcom on the date for this one, but it should be either Aug. 8 or Aug. 9.)
Capcom emphasized the fact that DuckTales: Remastered will still be playable for those who have a physical copy and those who have already downloaded the title. If it’s been removed from a user’s system, it can also still be re-downloaded.
DuckTales: Remastered received mixed reviews when it launched back in 2013, with appreciation of its retro quirks largely depending on the individual playing it. Our own review noted how nostalgia can often skew how we remember games we played in the distant past, even if the gameplay itself still holds up.
Still, it’s not altogether surprising the game, firmly anchored as it is in the previous generation, is bowing out from digital arenas. As we begin moving into the next generation with platforms like Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5 (or something), it’s likely more games from that era will start disappearing from storefronts as well (although it could just, you know, stay on Steam with all of the other retro games…).