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A petition has been launched on the UK government’s platform, urging game publishers to keep video games in a playable state even after ending support. This follows Ubisoft’s controversial decision to shut down servers for The Crew, prompting the “Stop Killing Games” campaign. Gamers demand that publishers maintain games and related features as a statutory consumer right. Service games, including single-player titles, often require constant internet connections and will need offline modes eventually. The petition currently has 5,181 signatures and is growing quickly; it needs 10,000 for a government response and 100,000 for a potential parliamentary debate.

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