Another Resistance Game Going Offline
Sony to discontinue online features for 2009 PSP Resistance game in May, making Burning Skies the only game in the series to still have online support.
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Sony will discontinue online support for 2009 PSP game Resistance Retribution in May, the company announced on Twitter. All online services for the game, including its eight-player multiplayer mode, will no longer work as of May 15, 2015. "Thanks for playing!" Sony wrote.
Retribution won't be the first Resistance game to lose its online support. Last year, Sony discontinued online play for three PlayStation 3 Resistance games: Fall of Man, Resistance 2, and Resistance 3.
No new Resistances games have been announced. Series creator Insomniac Games recently said it seriously considered making a fourth Resistance game, but was wary of franchise fatigue. The developer instead made Xbox One game Sunset Overdrive.
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