EA Is Shifting Older Battlefield Games from GameSpy to Origin

Posted by at 3:40 pm on April 11, 2014


Following the news that the GameSpy online matchmaking service will cease to be after May 31, EA has revealed plans to move its GameSpy games to the publisher’s own online service, Origin.

When asked specifically about the fate of online shooters Battlefield 2, Battlefield 2142 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2, the Origin Twitter account replied with, “We’re working on transitioning those games after the shut down so you’ll still be able to play them.” Later, IGN asked EA for clarification on its plans and were told that work is not yet complete, but more information would appear shortly. “We’re working on finding a transition, but still have technical hurdles to overcome,” EA said. “We will make an announcement when there is news to share.”

In the meantime, those hard up for a military shooter can set their sights on the more recent Battlefield 4. After six months of issues, it now works more or less as it should.

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