The folks at NeoGamr recently picked up on the fact that PC copies of three Activision-published Bond games have been pulled from digital distributors like Steam. The outlet says it has since confirmed with sources that this removal was due to the license expiring, though the company doesn't appear to have issued a statement yet.
Either way, the three titles -- Quantum of Solace, James Bond 007: Blood Stone, and 007 Legends -- are currently unavailable on the aforementioned services. Regrettably, none of these are known for their quality, particularly not that last one, so you can't be too sad. It's a disappointing time to be a game-playing Bond fan, but maybe another publisher can pick up the slack.
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