Ubisoft has pulled several games from sale, including Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD, Space Junkies, and Silent Hunter 5. Also, the above games will no longer be playable as of September 1.
On Steam pages from Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD, space enthusiasts And the Silent Hunter 5 It is no longer for sale. Additionally, access to the games will not be available from September. Ubisoft previously reported that online services for some games won’t be available later this year. Like Far Cry 3 And the Prince of Persia, the forgotten desert† This is now accompanied by a warning. Far Cry 3 and Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands will still be available after September 1.
What’s interesting about Far Cry 3 is that the Deluxe Edition is still on sale Through Ubisoft’s own store† This version contains dlc, while Far Cry 3 is in the game list Including “Install and dlc access will not be available from September”† Deluxe Bundle DLC for the game No longer available on Steam† It is not clear if the multiplayer mode will also be removed in the PC version in a couple of months.
Ubisoft announced at the beginning of this month that it will make online services for 15 games inaccessible on September 1. Most of these titles are older for PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U. Seven PC titles also lose DLC, even if they were already purchased. The company wants to “focus on delivering great experiences to players who play newer or more popular titles.” Ubisoft uploads file full overview From closed online services in games.
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