Ubisoft really wants you to pre-order Elder Scrolls Online through their Uplay store. They're willing to give you Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag or Assassin's Creed 3 for free if you do.
I might have to pick it up and get AC4 at the same time then. I have Black Flag on PS4 already (B2G1 game sale) but I was always planning on picking it up for PC at some point. I kind of like the retail statue though but truth is at some point It would be collecting dust more than anything else. I don't buy many collector's editions anymore anyways and most that I like the most I don't want to spend so much on (Titanfall for example--pretty cool Titan).
That Elf looks like the Elf from the Hobbit.... The fact that I cant remember her name says wonders about the depth of her character.... ... On Topic: Why does Ubisoft try to do this? I mean it's not a bad deal but if they care about people buying games through THEM why don't they make U-play better?
Oh how I wish Uplay would die off. What a hassle to go through uplay each and every time I wanna play AC4! Now Steam, those guys know what's up.
how is it any different? just curious as I've never had problems with uplay
It takes at least 2-3 mins to sign into the dumb thing and the game only takes 30 seconds to load on my pc. Most the time is spent getting redirected by uplay. Steam puts in all your cd keys and loads are fast. Plus steam just has a great layout and the Big Picture mode makes your pc into a console. I'm just pissed that it takes longer to sign into Uplay than to launch the game itself.
How does this game work? Is it like other MMOs with seperate launcher and all that, or does it go into a digital library
Still not enough for me to pay a monthly subscription for a game.
I'm sorry... Still not worth the £9 a month... I've even played the BETA and it's horrible...
Strongly disagree, played in last beta, had lots of fun. Sadly only had 3 days to test it. Ran in a few bugs, but would not say they were too frustrating. But it is your opinion, so not going to judge too much.
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