Sales of Xbox One’s Fast and Furious video game to stop next month

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Fast and Furious Crossroads, a video game based on the Fast and Furious movie franchise, is going to be removed from sale on April 29th just two years after its release back in 2020.

“All product sales of Fast & Furious Crossroads will end on April 29, 2022 – 4 AM CEST (times may vary by region),” the announcement made on the game’s social channels and website reads. “The game & DLCs purchased before this date will still be available to use, and the game’s online modes will remain active.”

As the above mentions, anyone who’s purchased Fast and Furious Crossroads and its downloadable content digitally will still be able to download it and play it at any time in the future. The online servers will also remain active for those still playing its multiplayer modes. This applies to the game on Xbox consoles, Windows PC, and Sony’s PS4.

No reason has been given for the swift removal of the game from sales though its lack of popularity could well be a factor. Fast and Furious Crossroads got a bit of a meh reaction from players and reviewers after it launched in 2020 and it’s possible that it’s been perceived as something that’s tarnishing the Fast and Furious brand which has been super successful globally.