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Ubisoft ends online services for high profile games

Ubisoft ends online services for high profile games

phone Maximilian Hohm
On September 1, Ubisoft will discontinue the functionality of many old and popular online games. With the exception of the Anno 2070, there doesn’t seem to be an option to keep functions alive any other way, and even access to purchased DLCs will no longer be possible in some cases. Read more about this below.

Current games have many features that can only be used with an internet connection. In addition to the multiplayer and co-op mode, this also includes progress, achievements saved to the cloud, and much more. Although titles are new, they are usually well supported by their manufacturer, but as they get older or older, manufacturers want to reduce the costs of these titles, and unless there is a decentralized multiplayer mode with their own servers, many of jobs simply permanently.

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This is supposed to be the case for many of the older Ubisoft games dated 09/22/01. Multiplayer mode will be excluded from all of them, in-game Ubisoft accounts can no longer be linked and online functions will no longer be used. However, with some titles, installation and access to the DLC is also impossible, something that should be critically questioned. These include Assassin’s Creed 3, AC: Brotherhood, AC: Liberation, Driver San Francisco, Far Cry 3, and Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.

The discontinuation of Space Junkies support is particularly annoying, as a multiplayer title can no longer be played at all. In the case of Anno 2070 However, Ubisoft has announced that it will use some developer resources to upgrade the online infrastructure so that some online features can still be used, although the manufacturer does not want to offer full guarantees. A full list of affected games and content that will be deleted can be found here It can be viewed here.

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