Rockstar had a little a wobble on Steam the other day, delisting all its video games prior to making them readily available for sale once again.
As part of the relisting procedure, Rockstar’s 2003 racing video game Midnight Club 2 was quickly provided to purchase on Steam 3 years after it was delisted (thanks, PC Gamer).
Steam users caught Midnight Club 2, as you’d anticipate, and purchased the video game prior to it was pulled as soon as again. A message on Steam NOW checks out:
“Notice: At the demand of the publisher, Midnight Club 2 is no longer readily available for sale on Steam.”
Midnight Club 2’s Steam page now consists of brand-new evaluations from individuals who snagged the video game. “Thanks for the error R <3,” Steam user Fenix composed. There are 8 brand-new evaluations (all favorable) released given that 19th April.
With Midnight Club 2 thrust back into the headings, fans are now contacting Rockstar to go back to the series. “Please make another one R* please!” composed Steam user NaeNae_Chef.
The last Midnight Club video game was 2008’s Midnight Club: Los Angeles. Will Rockstar go back to Midnight Club? With Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption using up the business’s bandwidth, it does not seem like there’s much space for a brand-new entry, sadly.
As it stands, the Midnight Club video games are difficult to acquire (blame tune licensing!). They’re delisted throughout the numerous digital shops, so your best choice is to pursue a physical copy on the typical suspect sites.