A panel of developers today showed scepticism of Ubisoft's latest attempt to contain piracy.
Last week it was Ubisoft said it will employ an 'always on' internet monitoring system for its PC games.
The DRM scheme will likely mean that users will need to have a constant connection to the internet - one key reason why it was treated with a mixed reception during this week's Jury service feature.
"I don't believe that online DRM on its own will ever stop piracy," said Bizarre's Ben Ward. "Your game will simply have that functionality stripped out by various hacking groups."