Posted on May 30, 2012 AT 06:47am
The EA-published Crysis 2 has reappeared on Valve’s Steam service after being pulled last year due to issues with downloadable content.
A revised version of the shooter titled Crysis 2: Maximum Edition is now available via the service. ”Changes made by Crytek to Crysis 2: Maximum Edition have brought the game in compliance with Steam’s terms of service,” an EA spokesperson confirmed to Kotaku.
The game originally disappeared around the same time that EA’s rival service Origin launched, leading many to believe that the publisher was purposely holding its games back. However, according to EA, its games didn’t adhere to ”restrictive terms of service which limit how developers interact with customers to deliver patches and other downloadable content.”
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