Fast & Furious Crossroads is being pulled from sale less than 2 years after its release
The game was poorly received when it arrived in August 2020
Publisher Bandai Namco is pulling Fast & Furious Crossroads from sale next month, less than two years after the game’s poorly received release.
In an update on the game’s official website, a message confirms “all product sales will end” on April 29, 2022 at 4am CEST.
That converts to 3am BST on April 29, and 7pm PT / 10pm ET on April 28.
Fast & Furious Crossroads Gameplay First Look
“If you bought the game digitally it will remain in your library and can be redownloaded in the future,” according to the update.
“Any DLCs purchased before April 29, 2022 will still be available to use after this date. The game’s online modes will also remain active.”
Billed as a “team-based, vehicular-heist action game set in the adrenaline-fueled Fast & Furious universe”, Crossroads was developed by Project Cars maker Slightly Mad Studios, which Codemasters acquired in 2019, prior to its own acquisition by Electronic Arts last year.
The game has a story mode featuring characters from the movies, with Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson reprising their roles as Dom, Letty, and Roman respectively.
Fast & Furious Crossroads was poorly received by critics, resulting in the title coming fourth on review aggregation site Metacritic’s worst rated games of 2020 list.
VGC has contacted Bandai Namco for more information on the decision to pull the game from sale.