SEGA ceases support for AvP on consoles
Despite positive sales and a hail of downloadable map packs, SEGA has decided to stop support for Aliens vs Predator just six months after launch.
One of SEGA's community managers posting under the name Clumsyorchid broke the news on the game's official forum to disappointed fans yesterday.
The post read: "I've just received a mail this AM regarding patches for the console versions of AVP and I regret to inform everyone that these have sadly been scrapped."
It continued: "I had previously made a claim that these were coming and at the time, this was very much on the table. For the console community, I apologize, as I know there are many features and updates that youd like to see. Ill keep fighting internally for this to happen, but until I hear otherwise, there will not be a console patch for either Xbox or PS3."
PC support will continue for now however if console support has been ditched then the PC support may follow fairly soon.
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