Monday, 12 April 2010

Ubisoft Won’t Budge On DRM Policy

Despite the rather turbulent few weeks that the publisher has experienced, Ubisoft has kept its foot down in regards to the arguably draconian measures that have peeved so many gamers and figureheads alike. They have also gone on to state that most of their future PC releases will have the controversial DRM policy incorporated into them.

There have been repeated attacks on Ubisoft’s DRM servers and this has caused huge amounts of down time for gamers who have bought their legitimate copies of games such as Assassin’s Creed II, Silent Hunter V and Settlers 7. A spokesperson for the publisher explained:
“Most forthcoming Ubisoft PC titles will use our online services platform. As with any online technology, we are constantly working to evolve and improve it.”

Ubisoft’s upcoming releases that you can sporadically enjoy providing you have an internet connection are Splinter Cell: Conviction, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, RUSE and Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands.

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