EA Dropping Online Support for 'Older' Games

EA announced on Friday that it will discontinue online service for just about every non-2007 sports game including '06 titles starting September 1. PS2, Xbox 360, PSP, and PC games will all be affected.

The full list of games losing online support are as follows:

September 1, 2007 Online Service Shutdown

Arena Football (PlayStation 2, Xbox)

FIFA Soccer 06 (Xbox 360, PC)

FIFA Soccer 06 (PS2, PSP, PC, Xbox)

Fight Night Round 3 (PSP, Xbox)

Madden NFL 06 (Xbox 360, PC, PS2, PSP, Xbox)

Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects (PS2, Xbox)

MVP 07 NCAA Baseball (PS2, Xbox)

NASCAR 06 Total Team Control (PS2, Xbox)

NBA Live 06 (Xbox 360, PC, PS2, PSP, Xbox)

NCAA Football 2005 (Xbox)

NCAA Football 2006 (PS2, Xbox)

NCAA March Madness 06 (PS2, Xbox)

NFL Head Coach (PC, Xbox, PS2)

NHL 06 (PC, PS2, Xbox)

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06 (Xbox 360, Xbox)

In addition, EA will also drop support for older racing games starting November 1 including Burnout Revenge (Xbox, PlayStation 2), Need for Speed Underground 1 and 2 (PC, PlayStation 2), and Need for Speed Most Wanted (PSP, Xbox).

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