Grand Theft Auto developer Rockstar delisted all of its games from Steam yesterday before re-adding them, also adding Midnight Club 2 – despite it being delisted three years prior (thanks, PC Gamer).
While some were able to snap up the street-racing classic, a notice now explains that "At the request of the publisher, Midnight Club 2 is no longer available for sale on Steam."
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Rockstar Lists Midnight Club 2 For Sale On Steam, Then Removes It
The game's review page shows eight new reviews posted since the mishap, with players recommending it and hoping that Rockstar will make another instalment.
Midnight Club II launched on PS2, Xbox and Windows back in 2003, and was positively received, with open-world areas based on LA, Tokyo, and Paris.
The franchise has been on hiatus since the fourth mainline title, Midnight Club: Los Angeles, launched back in 2008 on PS3 and Xbox 360.
That game received an 81 on Metacritic, but with the company having the small matter of Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption to work on, we'd imagine we're unlikely to see a new Midnight Club entry anytime soon.
Speaking of GTA, find out why we don't expect the sixth instalment to be set in the eighties here.