Soul Calibur and Soul Calibur 2 have been removed from the Microsoft Store, fans saw this as a hint of remasters

Soul Calibur and Soul Calibur 2 have been removed from the Microsoft Store, fans saw this as a hint of remasters

Studios are slowly but surely making it easier to play many games from the past on modern consoles.
Just last week, PlayStation's new PS Plus program began, whose Premium level gives subscribers access to a library of games that appeared back on PS1.
However, there are still games that didn't get a place in the classic library or remake, and right now, that seems to be the case with the first two Soul Calibur games.At least, that's how things are right now on the Xbox Store.
Known for better preserving its story and giving players access to it, Soul Calibur and Soul Calibur 2 HD have mysteriously disappeared from the Xbox Store.
The absence was first noticed by Jon Cartwright on Twitter.Neither Microsoft, nor Bandai Namco Studios, has yet to say why the two games have been removed.
Fans of the series, especially those who believe that none of the games that came out after the first two were up to their high standard, are hoping that this is an early sign that a collection of remasters may be in the making.
Sega recently dropped all of the Sonic games that will be part of the Origins collection, coming out on all major platforms next month.While the first two Soul Calibur games are still the most famous, the series has hardly been forgotten by its creators.
Soul Calibur 6 came out in 2018, and while four years may seem like a long wait for the next game, six years passed between Soul Calibur 5 and 6.
It's also worth noting that Soul Calibur 2, which disappeared from the Xbox Store, is the HD version that came out in 2013.
The new version of the sequel has an improved look and feel and features cooperative network play.If a collection of remasters of classic Soul Calibur games or even a brand new installment of the series is released, it will enter very lively waters.
It looks like MultiVersus could prove to be a very worthy fighting game, and there's a chance we'll get our first full look at Street Fighter 6 during Sony's next State of Play this week.

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