Microsoft has recently confirmed that they are set to delist several Xbox 360 games from its digital marketplace, which means that these games will no longer be available for purchase.
This is not an uncommon occurrence in the gaming industry. Companies often phase out older titles to make room for newer games. However, for those who still own the Xbox 360, the delisting of these games is a matter of concern as they will no longer have the option to purchase these games digitally.
To ensure that you can still play these games in the future, it is recommended to have a physical or digital copy on hand. With the rise of digital gaming, it is now easier than ever to have a library of games that are easily accessible and ready to play. For those who do not have a physical copy of these games, it is wise to purchase them before they are delisted.
The games listed include the entire Valve library that is available on the Xbox 360 as well as Ubisoft’s reboot of Prince of Persia (2008). If you were eyeing any of these games, you should pick them up now before their removal.
Here is a list of the games that won’t be available to purchase digitally starting from February 7 as they are not available on the Xbox One or Xbox Series marketplace.
- Blood of the Werewolf
- Counter-Strike: GO
- DAYTONA USA
- Defense Grid
- Final Fight: DblImpact (Available in Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle)
- Iron Brigade
- Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad
- Jet Set Radio
- Left 4 Dead
- Left 4 Dead 2
- Mutant Blobs Attack
- Prince of Persia (2008)
- Sega Vintage Collection: Alex Kidd & Co.
- Skate 2
- The Orange Box
The full list is available to see on the Microsoft Support website and aside from the games listed above, the rest of them are available to purchase digitally on the Xbox One or Xbox Series marketplace.