With the announcement of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier for the PC, it came with the announcement they are going to release it without the always online DRM.
Strange, considering the reason they originaly gave as to why they wouldnt be making it. Glad to see more gamers will now get to enjoy this, I just hope they purchase it instead of taking advantage of Ubisofts' good faith.
It doesn't matter to pirates whether or not the DRM would have been included, and they have no advantage either way because it will be cracked either way. All DRM does is make developers and publishers *think their game is protected, when in reality it's not.
I dont think so. I think DRM is there to make the game more convenient to buy legit then pirate but the problem is that is is having the opposite effect and making people who don't pirate just not want to buy the game.
It doesn't matter to pirates, of course NOT obviously, but it matters to legit buyers who have to deal with this nonsense, which is useless because it gets cracked anyway EASILY, so why include it and annoy your supporters ?
it feels almost like when on some random day suddenly EA says they will ditch Online Pass!
You high brah?
that's just how unbelievable I think this news is lol!
Good, DRM pissed off a lot of PC gamers.
HEY! There's one step in the right direction Ubisoft!
Finally Ubisoft realizes..
lol @ "Ghost Recon: Future Soldier ditches DRM" It should read "Ghost Recon: Future Soldier ditches always-on DRM" since it still has a form of DRM included.
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