Mortal Kombat 9 Still To Get Online Support Post GameSpy Shutdown

May 12, 2014 - By Jan Rainey

GameSpy is shutting down. On May 31 it will bid adieu leaving without online support to many games. However, fans of Mortal Kombat 9 are lucky here as they will not be affected as an aftermath. NetherRealm Studios announced even after the closing of GameSpy the game won’t suffer as online servers of it for PS3, PC and Xbox 360 will still be up and running.

On the Facebook page of Mortal Kombat the studio warned fans and players the servers may go offline as they are undergoing transition for it. All the three versions of Mortal Kombat 9 are currently in the process of migrating from the server of GameSpy to other for smooth running of the game and during the period interruption may occur.

However, NetherRealm Studios added further that the offline play of the game will not be affected due to the transition of server.

Apart from good news there’s a bad news for gamers who plays Mortal Kombat 9 on the PS Vita. The company says they won’t be continuing with the online support for the platform and gamers need to settle for ad-hoc multiplayer matches.

Similar to Mortal Kombat 9 many other games will continue to get live online support post May 31 when GameSpy will shut, but there are also several other games to be affected due to the termination of online services by the server. Recently Electronic Arts (EA) announced shutting down of its online servers too for fifty older titles.

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