Codemasters previously had GRID, DiRT 3 and F1 2013 removed from Good Old Games who gave the games a farewell. Now, just days later the same three titles have been removed from Steam.
There hasn’t been an official word on why the games were taken down from being on sale but Good Old Games had attributed it to expiring licensing agreements. It is highly likely that the licenses that Codemasters had for teams, cars, advertisers on the decals have expired and means that the games cannot be sold.
The games are still playable and downloadable for those who already purchased the games, but if you were waiting for a sale to grab these racers, it is too late.
While the PlayStation Network only offers disc versions of DiRT 3 while Microsoft is still listing and selling digital versions of DiRT 3 which are backwards compatible on Xbox One. The earliest Formula 1 games available on PSN and Xbox Live is F1 2015 while GRID 2 is the only version of the racer currently available.