The Fast & Furious Game Is Being Discontinued For An Unknown Reason
Written by Alex Harrington

The Fast and Furious game that goes by the name Crossroads is being pulled from points of sale after two years of being available.

Published by Bandai Namco, they tell us that “all product sales will end” on April 28, 2022 at 7pm PT / 10pm ET. The reason for this is unknown, but I can only guess that it’s because it’s a pretty poor game to play. On its release it received a lot of negative reviews from both the pros and casual players, although it is very strange that it’s not just being left to live a quiet life somewhere in the shadows of online stores.

Fortunately, if you have bought the game physically or digitally, the game will still be available to play and download. If you really want to. Any DLCs will also be available to still use as long as you’ve purchased it before the end of April.

The game features plenty of vehicular action and start your favourite Fast and Furious characters with Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, and Tyrese Gibson, taking their original roles. Of course, it still received poor reviews, which is likely the reason for its demise.


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