Ubisoft turns to his game library and sets the red pencil: the publisher is spreading online features for over 90 games on different platforms-from the step, among other things, splinter-cell, far-cry and Rainbow-Six-Games include affected.
Ubisoft starts a massive spring cleaning and removes online features such as multiplayer or activable content for 90 games from his extensive library **. The campaign primarily hits a number of older games on outdated platforms such as the PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii, but games are also not spared on the PS4 and the PC.
The publisher has announced on his website that online support has been withdrawn from a ** considerable list and that certain features have been switched off. These include online multiplayers and in-game news as well as Challenges, which previously run through the Ubisoft Connect service.
activable elements such as skins or maps have also been removed as long as they have not already been unlocked by players. Elements that have already been activated on consoles remain safe in the storage files, but PC players unfortunately also have to say goodbye to these content. For some games, however, only individual platforms are affected by the step.
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Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and other games lose online functions
The games that Ubisoft paints the online features include Anno 1404 (PC), Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (OnLive), Beyond Good and Evil (PS3 / Xbox 360 ), Far Cry 2 (PC) Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (PC / PS3 / Xbox 360 / Xbox One), Rayman Legends (PC), Splinter Cell Blacklist ( Wii u) and Splinter Cell: Double Agent (PC / PS3 / Xbox 360).
The complete list of games can be found on the Ubisoft website. (Source: Ubisoft)
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