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Capcom’s DuckTales: Remastered will be pulled from digital stores soon

Capcom’s DuckTales: Remastered will be pulled from digital stores soon

Ducktales was Capcom's biggest selling game at the time and has since been a very popular name amongst youngsters not only for its authentic visuals and non-linear gameplay but also for its fascinating soundtrack.

Heads up, everyone; DuckTales: Remastered is leaving digital storefronts in a duck-blur, and will no longer be available for purchase beginning August 8th, 2019. That'll change as soon as tomorrow, Capcom said in a brief announcement.

Capcom has put the game on sale at 75% off for most of the platformers so if you want it you'll have to act quickly. Players who already own the game on XBLA or Xbox One via backwards compatiblity will still be able to access and play the game, as will those who own a physical copy of course.

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In the meantime, the game is heavily discounted, in case you want to grab it before it's gone.

DuckTales: Remastered was released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U back in 2013, before heading to iOS, Android and Windows Phone in early 2015. Disc owners are unaffected as those copies will install and work fine.

Now, Capcom and Disney have confirmed that the game is about to be removed from the old-generation and Steam console stores. As a reminder, the game is an Xbox 360 title, but has been made backward compatible with Xbox One.