DuckTales: Remastered will be pulled from the digital storefront starting on August 8, 2019, although those who own the game will still be able to access and play it.
While Capcom did not provide any reason for this removal, it is most likely something to do with the licensing issues as the DuckTales is a property of Disney.
For the final few days of its availability, DuckTales: Remastered will be “75% off most platforms before being removed for purchase.” Platform and removal time are mentioned below;
- Wii U – August 9 at 4:59pm PT/7:59pm ET
- PlayStation 3 – August 9 at 8am PT/11am ET
- Xbox 360, Xbox One (via Backwards Compatibility) – August 8 at 5pm PT/8pm ET
- Steam (PC) – August 8 at 4:59pm PT/7:59 ET
Disc-based versions of the game will still install and play normally, and Capcom warns that “time is approximate, so please don’t wait until the last minute if you want to purchase the game digitally while it’s still available.”
WayForward’s DuckTales: Remastered brought the 1989 NES title to the console with the improved graphics and more and it was released in the year of 2013.