This is a list of games that supported the online functionality of the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console.
1: NTSC-J version of Resident Evil: Outbreak and its sequel have been restored for online play by the use of a fan run server created using packet captures. Servers are still in beta but playable. English versions are currently not supported and still shut down.
2: Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence has been restored for online play, by the use of a fan server.
While all of these games are now unable to be accessed due to the March 31st DNAS shutdown, many of the titles can still be accessed using DNAS bypass tools and DNS work around addresses. Some of these bypasses require modifying the PS2, however.
The terminated list means that the servers are no longer available for use (Although LAN may still be available, depending on the title). Many games will have a shutdown year on the side.
PlayStation 2 LAN titles can be played online using the XLink Kai service.
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