You’re going to have to buy your own games online, because you can’t get them online until next year.
That’s the official announcement today, but the new online store will be an Ulta game store, according to The Globe and Mail.
The store is expected to open sometime in the fall.
The company will have a selection of games for sale, with prices starting at $19.99.
If you want to play games online on a PC, Mac, Android, or iOS device, there are more choices than you’d expect.
Games on PS4 and Xbox One will be sold on the store, but it seems the Xbox 360 and PS3 are out of stock.
You’ll also be able to browse the store by platform, which means you can pick up a wide range of games on Steam, Xbox Live Arcade, or Origin for the same price.
The first games that will be available online are Horizon Zero Dawn, a shooter that looks to be a bit of a reboot of the original Horizon, and Call of Duty: Black Ops III, the third Call of War game.
The list of titles available online is longer than we’ve seen it in the past.
Horizon Zero Day and the first Call of Pripyat DLC, Horizon Zero Summer, have both been available for online play since 2015.
But the first two Call of Game of the Year, which came out in 2016, were the same games as Horizon Zero.
And if you want a bit more of a console feel, you can still pick up Halo 5: Guardians, which will be coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The game is set in an alternate future where the United States has become a dystopian society, where corporations have risen up to rule the world, and human rights are in serious trouble.