Ultima Underworld,, Syndicate games being delisted from GOG.com

3 1990s video games from Electronic Arts’ Origin Systems PC line will be delisted from GOG.com on Monday, June 28. The titles are Ultima Underworld 1+2, Distribute Wars, and Distribute Plus, the 1996 re-release that makes up the very first Distribute and its growth.

All 3 are presently readily available for $1.49 each. Anybody who purchases the video games prior to their delisting will still discover them in their GOG.com library of titles after they’re removed. They might still re-download them, too. The elimination works at 9 a.m. EDT on June 28.

GOG.com kept in mind in an online forum post Thursday that it was pulling the video games on demand from the publisher. Polygon has actually connected to an Electronic Arts agent for extra remark. All of the video games included, other than for Distribute Wars, are presently readily available through EA’s Origin shop.

Distribute, by Peter Molyneux’s Bullfrog Productions, introduced in 1993, with a growth pack launched later on that year. It was followed by Distribute Wars in 1996. The isometric real-time technique and methods video game was restarted in 2012 as a first-person shooter.

Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Void and Ultima Underworld 2: Maze of Worlds introduced in 1992 and 1993, respectively. Richard Garriott directed and Warren Spector produced the very first video game; Spector produced and Paul Neurath directed the 2nd. The 2 were packaged together for sale on GOG.com in 2011.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.