Call Of Juarez’s The Cartel And Gunslinger Revert Back To Techland

 

Call of Juarez: The Cartel and Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, the third and fourth games in the series have been removed from digital stores as the rights for the games have reverted back to developer Techland. The original game and it’s sequel, Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, still appear to belong to Ubisoft, although both of these were also developed by Techland.

Ubisoft have issued a statement explaining that Techland is “working to bring these titles” back to Steam but there’s no mention of the console versions, perhaps a sneaky remaster is on the cards. Here is Ubisoft’s statement in full.

Per the terms of agreement, Call of Juarez The Cartel and Call of Juarez Gunslinger licensing/publishing rights have reverted back to Techland, while others remain active with Ubisoft. This is why a few titles have recently been removed from Steam, but it is our understanding that Techland is working to bring those titles back, so please feel free to reach out to Techland regarding status.

Call of Juarez: The Cartel scored a less than impressive 3/10 when we reviewed it seven years ago.

Source: Gameinformer

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  1. I found Gunslinger to be genuinely good. Hope it’s released again for others to enjoy.

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