Ubisoft: New games may still ship with always-on DRM

Gamersmint: A few days back, we reported that Ubisoft has patched out their always on DRM system for games like Assassin’s Creed II and Splinter Cell Conviction which required a constant internet connection at all times while playing the game.

Although we thought that was the end of it, we’re afraid that it’s not.

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SnakeMustDie3234d ago (Edited 3234d ago )

And they will complain that the PC versions didn't sell as much as on consoles and then blame piracy. Ubi and their crappy DRM.

cdland3234d ago (Edited 3234d ago )

The French people are very... let's just say the have cut off their nose dispite their face. I got screwed with AC2, took back to store for a credit, not a refund but that was ok. They said their sever was being attacked by hackers and that's why players that payed for the game could play in short bursts of time. If the game looses connection with the sever your game stops. The game checks every 15 seconds to verify authenticity... can you here me now over and over... lol. Saves worked 2 patches after release but the game would pause alot... but that was my problem, have your ISP check or monitor your line they said... and others on the forums having the same problem. More help from other players on their forums was better than Ubi's people, some copy and paste crap offical help... lol. Gave up after 6 weeks and kicked from the forums... lol. So a store credit was fine with me... lol. Keep on gaming... :D