Three games from DICE will be removed from digital stores from April 28 2023, with online servers closing on December 8.
For those who own the games, offline features such as single-player campaigns will remain playable.
Mirror's Edge is also delisted from the Battlefield page, according to a blog post announcement (screencaps). It's odd that the only online feature that was developed by DICE was the online leaderboards.
The Battlefield Twitter said that it was an error, and Mirror's Edge is still available in digital stores.
Despite the fact that a lot of classic Battlefield games will be gone in the near future, Battlefield 1943 is a fascinating download-only consoles-only direct sequel to Battlefield 1942, the game that put DICE and the Battlefield series on the map (and why the latest one is named Battlefield 2042).
The Battlefield Bad Company series was the first game to include a campaign, before single-player campaigns became a regular feature in mainline Battlefield games. This ability remains in The Finals, a game by a studio with many ex-DICE veterans that also uses the Frostbite engine.
The time is ticking to get these games while supplies last.
If you want to see EA's list of games that they have had to "sunset" for various reasons, go here.