Ubisoft compensate victims of DRM problems April 20, 2010Posted by pcgamesmagazine in pc games magazine.
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Ubisoft compensate victims of DRM problems
Highly unpopular among PC gamers, the DRM has yet been adopted by some major publishers, including Ubisoft. Problem: The server editor suffered recurrent attacks – nasty pirates! – Resulting in an inability to start a game session for a number of owners of Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic and Assassin’s Creed 2. A minority in the words of Ubisoft – barely 5% of users – the publisher will take care to compensate for the inconvenience.
Indeed, affected users have received an email from Ubisoft offering a free download from a list of four games with Shaun White Snowboarding and Prince of Persia. Some purchasers of Assassin’s Creed 2 affected by this problem have also received an offer to download additional content. In short, this is the least say certain things, but it is hoped that the publisher is reviewing its policy of protection. Because, remember, Ubisoft DRM requires staying connected to the Internet to play …