Released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and other platforms, Konami announced that Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 will lose all of its online functionality on November 17.
In a statement, the company said they’ll be focusing on PES 2015 and the upcoming PES 2016:
With PES 2016 set for release on Sept 15 and the online elements of PES 2015 still hugely popular, Konami will be moving its focus to those titles. As such, all online elements of PES 2014 will no longer be supported from this date.
Konami thanks everyone who has taken part in PES 2014’s many online leagues and competitions. The PES online community is vital to the development process and we are grateful for the constant support shown for the PES series.
If you’re interested in PES 2016, a demo will be available tomorrow on PlayStation 4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.
Elsewhere, Sony revealed that [email protected], an augmented reality social graffiti application for PlayStation Vita, will lose its online support on November 15. An explanation wasn’t given.
Will you be affected by either of the shutdowns?
[Source: PlayStation UK]