Minecraft: Story Mode Seasons 1 and a pair of shall be taken down on June 25, so gamers who haven’t but downloaded all of its episodes ought to achieve this whereas they’re nonetheless out there.
The sport is the most recent casualty from the closure of Telltale Video games, which laid off most of its workers and canceled a number of video games final yr. Some workers stayed to complete Minecraft: Story Mode, however its run shall be ending later this month as properly.
“On behalf of the writer, Minecraft: Story Mode – A Telltale Video games Sequence, Season 1 and a pair of will now not be supported on June 25th, 2019,” developer Mojang mentioned in a discover that was printed on the official Minecraft web site. Gamers who bought the sport are suggested to obtain all of the remaining episodes, as they are going to now not be capable to beginning June 25.
Minecraft: Story Mode was launched on a myriad of platforms, specifically the PlayStation four, PlayStation three, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Change, Nintendo Wii, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android. Gamers who bought both or each Season 1 and Season 2 ought to verify if they’ve downloaded all of the episodes, or else they are going to miss out on content material that they’ve already paid for.
A number of titles from Telltale Video games had been delisted from Steam after the corporate shut down in November, adopted by their removing from GOG final week. Developer 2K Video games confirmed with Eurogamer that it’s working to get Tales from the Borderlands again on sale in digital shops as quickly as doable, which is nice to see as its characters are linked to the upcoming Borderlands three.
The studio’s The Strolling Useless video games are nonetheless out there on the Epic Video games Retailer as they’re now printed by Skybound Video games, which swooped in to proceed the sequence’ ultimate season and provides Clementine’s story the ending that it deserves.
Minecraft, in the meantime, just lately reached the milestone of greater than 176 million copies offered on its 10th birthday, presumably making it the best-selling online game of all time. Regardless of being round for a decade, the sport stays wildly in style, and it seems that it’ll keep that approach even after the everlasting takedown of Minecraft: Story Mode.