We may be in the midst of a packed holiday season of new releases, but there are still plenty of players spending their free time on previous generations of consoles, with a handful of games still hosting active online communities.
Unfortunately, three first-party PS3 titles will be terminating their online services next month: PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Twisted Metal and Warhawk. As of October 25, the games and their DLC will remain available for purchase, but will no longer support online play, restricting players to the singleplayer and local multiplayer elements of the title. This change will most greatly affect Warhawk, which contains exclusively multiplayer content, which will likely lead to some creative solutions for fans eager to play more of the 2007 title.
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