Capcom has recently announced that as of the end of this year, they will no longer offer online support for PS2 titles [i]Monster Hunter[i/] and [i]Resident Evil: Outbreak[/i]. Capcom also added that they are preparing to get out out of the PS2 online support business entirely. This move is apparently brought on because the company that owned the servers for the online support are going out of business, and Capcom is unable to move the contract. So if you play [i]Monster Hunter[i/] and [i]Resident Evil: Outbreak[/i] get your online fix in now PS2 gamers. When this month is over, so to will be your online experience for these titles. It's time to jump into the next-gen pool anyway kiddies!
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