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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 08:43

Codemasters forums online for the time being

Written by David Stellmack

Expired contract at fault, publisher looking at options

The forums for Codemasters is surprisingly now offline. According to the publisher/developer, the forums are offline as its contract with the supplier was allowed to expire.

According to Codemasters, it was the last thing that they wanted to have happen. Going forward the are evaluating the best way to integrate the community platform into its online strategy such as Racenet.

Currently they have no idea when the forums might be again back in operation, but we suppose that they will figure it out and get it resolved. In the short term, Codemasters suggest that you keep in touch with them via Facebook and Twitter.

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