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Rockstar Games also suffer from GameSpy servers going offline
Taking down the GameSpy master server also has an effect on Grand Theft Auto IV, Max Payne 3 and Red Dead Redemption. Rockstar Games published Tuesday a list of what impact the offline meeting the GameSpy master server has its games.
GameSpy logo The table above shows that the Social Club features from virtually all games disappear after taking down the GameSpy master server. Functions as tracking leaderboards and statistics on the Social Club website will not work, and the Social Club minigames GTA: Chinatown Wars will not be played. It is not clear whether the features of Social Club disappearing, going to other servers are migrated. Is clear that Grand Theft Auto V not affected by taking down the GameSpy servers.
The Mac version of Max Payne 3 will no longer be playable online on 31 May. This also applies to the PlayStation 3 version of Midnight Club: Los Angeles. The multiplayer features of other Rockstar games should be working properly after taking down the GameSpy master server.
In early April GameSpy made known that the plug is removed from its master servers. Even games like ArmA II, Saints Row 2 and Halo: Combat Evolved will begin to feel the effects. Publisher 2K Games made last week already known how to go offline from the GameSpy servers are games would affect. The master servers, which mainly lobbies, matchmaking and leaderboards care, May 31 will officially be taken offline.Viewing:-193
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