We’re still making it through 2023 and a surprising number of games have already been killed off, as devs have announced their impending deaths. Normally, we’d reserve this list for the end-of-the-year round-up, but we’re ringing the death knell early because, with 15 games already lined up for public execution, we need to start paying our respects now. So, let’s get right into it.
Update 03/08/2023 6:30 p.m. ET: We’ve added 12 more games to this article that have already been taken offline, will no longer receive updates, and/or are scheduled to be delisted in the near future. This brings our total number of dead or soon-to-expire games to a whopping 27. That’s a lot of death.
Update 05/03/2023 5:35 p.m. ET: Another couple of months have gone by, which means we’ve updated this story with another crop of games that have unceremoniously died in some way, shape, or form. This time, we bring word of the untimely demise of an additional nine games. Pour one—or 36—out, folks.
Update 06/09/2023 1 p.m. ET: Here we are again. A month later and we’re updating this story to include more games that have been laid to rest in some capacity. RIP to these seven games. Our total’s now 43. Y’all will be missed.
Update 08/04/2023 2:15 p.m. ET: It’s been about two months since we last updated this article, and 11 more games have croaked in the interim. Now, our total of games that died in 2023 is up to 54. Wow, we’re getting close to 100.