Agents Elite is back on the web, but for a limited time.
Agents Elite, which was originally launched back in 2012, was taken offline by a domain registrar, according to the site’s creator, Michael Concerge.
Agents elite is back and working as usual, according a post on the agent elite blog, but you will need to be logged in to see what’s going on.
“It’s not a complete shutdown, but it’s not coming back either,” the blog reads.
The site has been around for almost a decade now, but is no longer listed on the main Agent Elite site.
“We have not been able to locate a registrar that will host Agent Elite anymore,” Concerg told The Verge.
“Agent Elite is still available for sale through our website.
We will be removing the agent domain from the agent Elite domain name registry.”
Agent Elite was launched in 2012 as an alternative to Agents Elite Online, which launched back last year.
It allows players to earn gold and platinum rewards for completing missions.
The game launched in the U.K. in 2014, and in the EU last year, with the U, U.S. and Canada versions of the game on track to launch in early 2020.
Agent Elite Online was supposed to be released on Steam, but the company pulled the game from the platform this week.
It will be interesting to see if Agent Elite is able to find another home on the platform.
Agent Elites website had been live since late 2015.
Agents Elites online will also now be available for purchase on Steam for $9.99 USD.