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Minecraft: Story Mode will be delisted from the stores on 25th June

A recent report has confirmed that Season 1 and 2 of Minecraft: Story Mode – A Telltale Games Series will be pulled from stores close to the end of the month. This means that the gamers who have purchased the game won’t be able to re-download it after it will be delisted from the stores. Sources have confirmed that players won’t be able to download any one the missing chapters of the games after it is delisted on 25th June 2019.

“On behalf of the publisher, Minecraft: Story Mode – A Telltale Games Series, Season 1 and 2 will no longer be supported on June 25th, 2019,” a statement on the official Minecraft website said (thanks, GameInformer). “If you have purchased these seasons, please download all remaining episodes prior to the service being discontinued in June. We’d recommend checking you have all the episodes downloaded!” Minecraft added.

Sources have reported that following the game will be delisted on 25th June 2019, this will affect all the versions of the game on all platforms including “PlayStation 3”, “PlayStation 4”, “PlayStation Vita”, “Wii U”, “Nintendo Switch”, “Microsoft Windows”, “macOS”, “Xbox 360”, “Xbox One”, “Android, and/or iOS”.

There have been reports that previous year Telltale’s older series were removed from sale following the company went into liquidation. Steam lost many of the gaming titles including Back to the Future: The Game, Monkey Island and Jurassic Park: The Game. Besides this, other titles that were removed from the sale on GOG last week included Tales from the Borderlands, The Wolf Among Us, and Batman.

“Sadly, we need to inform you that, due to company’s closure, all the remaining Telltale titles will be delisted from our catalog on Monday 27th, 10 am UTC,” GOG said at the time via an official statement.

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Alicia Stone

Alicia Stone

Alicia is a freelance writer. She has a B.A. in Spanish and also attended art school. Alicia enjoys writing about U.S. news, politics, and technology. When she's not freelancing, you can find her running an online business, making art and going to concerts.

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