The PlayStation 3 Resistance trilogy is celebrating its final weekend of internet existence. Insomniac Tweeted that Tuesday, April 8th is the final date for all three titles to carry their multiplayer. The developer notes Sony makes the decisions to cut off server support.
Resistance was birthed as a premiere PS3 launch title, and its sequel spread into the mutliplayer fray with 64-player combat. Much of this design would define the console’s versus space, becoming a premiere shooter franchise until Call of Duty and Battlefield sapped their player base. All that’s left is the PlayStation Vita edition, Burning Skies, a mediocre edition developed by Nihilistic. This will stay online and no announcements have been made otherwise.
Of course, the single player campaigns in the main trilogy will continue to work.