Capcom delisted DuckTales Remastered in August 2019 without providing a reason for doing so but also organised a sale before it went out. Seven months later, the game is back to digital storefronts, once again with no explanation on the matter.
DuckTales Remastered is a re-release of the NES classic that won the hearts of players all over the globe. The beautiful reimagining proved to sit well with the players as roughly 87 per cent of them left a positive review on Steam.
While the prospect of future purchases definitely seemed more than feasible, Capcom suddenly announced they would delist the game from Steam and all other storefronts in August 2019.
Fast forward to March 2020, the game is back on all digital storefronts it was removed from. Fans can once again purchase it for the platform of choice. These include Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One (through backwards compatibility) and PC via Steam.
The new announcement was equally devoid of explanations of why the game delisted the first time around but licensing issues proved to be the #1 reason for delisting games previously and it's not excluded this happened with DuckTales Remastered as well.
All platforms are now selling it at the regular price of $14.99 / €13.99 / £11.99. It is currently unknown when the next sale can be expected on Steam as a Capcom sale might pop up before the Steam Summer Sale kicks in. If you are waiting for GabeN's next crusade against our wallets, you will have to keep patient for a few more months as the Summer Sale usually happens in late June every year.
Alternatively, you can follow the countdown clock , which had 111 days until the next Steam sale left at the time of writing.