Will Rockstar bring back the Midnight Club?
Fans of the Midnight Club were surprised to find out last night Midnight Club: Los Angeles It has been relisted on the Xbox market without an announcement on Rockstar.
As of this writing, the full Xbox 360 version of the game can still be purchased for $15. Due to backward compatibility, this version can also be played on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S consoles. You won’t find any improvement in frame rate (still locked to 30fps) or visual effects, but you can still satisfy the nostalgia of classic racing games.
This particularly strange release follows the same strange re-listing last week and the subsequent delisting of Midnight Club 2 on Steam. Maybe this is just a coincidence, but fans who desire Rockstar are eager to pay attention to its successor catalog of classic games, and they choose to believe that this is the beginning of a great thing.
The Midnight Club game was delisted because Rockstar did not renew the license agreement with the music distributor used in the soundtrack, at least this is our belief. Midnight Club: Los Angeles is the last game in the series, originally released on Xbox 360, PS3 and PSP in 2008.
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