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Submitted by fusible 1128d ago | news

Ubisoft adds many "online" domains like FarCryonline.com, WatchDogsonline.com

Last year, Ubisoft revealed it would launch the free-to-play PC game Ghost Recon Online some time in 2012 that will be supported by micro transactions. The free-to-play model has been part of Ubisoft’s counter to the piracy problem. Now, Ubisoft has gone off and registered a dozen domains with “online” in the name like RainbowSixOnline.com and SplinterCellOnline.com, hinting at the possibility of releasing several more free-to-play versions of its games. The list of newly registered domains includes: BlazingAngelsOnline.com, FarCryOnline.com, RabbidsOnline.com, RavingRabbidsOnline.com, RaymanOnline.com, RocksmithOnline.com, WatchdogsOnline.com, and more. (Far Cry, PC, Rainbow Six, Splinter Cell, Ubisoft, Watch Dogs, Wii U)

sonicsidewinder  +   1128d ago
Oh good lord...
Elvis  +   1128d ago
Intredasting...
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