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Ubisoft Defend DRM Decision

Ubisoft Defend DRM Decision

After it was reported that all future Ubisoft PC titles, starting with Assassin’s Creed 2, would require a permanent working internet connection to play the game at any time, there was something of a furore. Keen to address the issue they have defended their measures to CVG.

An Ubisoft spokesperson stated the following:

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“Ubi are increasingly concerned about piracy on the PC. It’s a huge problem – you know it, I know it, other people know it. It really is a very important issue that all serious companies need to address,” says their spokesperson. But they also believe that their online services will make PC gaming better. “The real idea is that if you offer a game that is better when you buy it, then people will actually buy it. We wouldn’t have built it if we thought that it was really going to piss off our customers.”

When asked how it would benefit gamers they continued:

Australian Phd Thesis Search “Ubi say there are three advantages to their online services. The first: you don’t need a disc. The second: that you can install the game on as many PCs as you like, as many times as you like. And the third: the automatic uploading of savegames to Ubisoft’s servers.

They’ve spotted the outcry, yes. We know that requiring a permanent online connection is not a happy point for a lot of PC gamers, but it is necessary for the system to work.”Read the full interview at:

http://www.computerandvideogames.com/article.php?id=235596&site=pcg

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