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Ghost Recon Online being free-to-play is a counter to piracy, says Ubisoft producer

Ghost Recon Online producer Sébastien Arnoult says that free-to-play games are a response to piracy – and an alternative to the restrictive DRM that’s annoyed PC gamers in so many recent Ubisoft games.

“We are giving away most of the content for free because there’s no barrier to entry. To the users that are traditionally playing the game by getting it through Pirate Bay, we said, ‘Okay, go ahead guys. This is what you’re asking for. We’ve listened to you – we’re giving you this experience. It’s easy to download, there’s no DRM that will pollute your experience.’”

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user8586212373d ago (Edited 2373d ago )

Smart move at least they arnt trying to sell it for £30 with subscriptions costs for a couple of months before going free *cough dc universe*

3GenGames2373d ago

I think that'd stop it. :P

NYC_Gamer2373d ago

watched some videos and it looks like some arcade piece of garbage

Ducky2373d ago

Some wise internet fellow once said:
"The best way for a baker to prevent his delicious cakes being stolen would be to cover them in dogshit and broken glass, but in doing so he would also kill his sales. Ubisoft are currently that baker."

Orpheus2373d ago

What a bummer Ubisoft is .... as if they make the best games out there and ppl r just eager to get their hands on them through piracy...

DICE once said .... let us make a game thats worth pirating first before worrying about piracy ....

StayStatic2373d ago

"DICE once said .... let us make a game thats worth pirating first before worrying about piracy .... "

This ^^

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