09 Mar

Even if you managed to not succumb to homicidal rage by the internet account/access loopholes required to play titles like Assassin’s Creed II or Silent Hunter 5, a recent malfunction over the weekend left even legitimate copies of the software unplayable. Considering the already heated response the developer has received from the fanbase, Ubisoft was quick to issue a statement on the situation.

“Apologies to anyone who couldn’t play ACII or SH5 yesterday. Servers were attacked which limited service from 2:30 PM to 9 PM Paris time,” said Ubisoft in a twitter message, “95% of players were not affected, but a small group of players attempting to open a game session did receive denial of service errors.”

2 thoughts on “Ubisoft PC Titles Neutered by Server Problems”

  1. This is why internet authenticated DRM is a horrible idea, especially if you need to authenticate your game EVERY time you want to play the game. One reason why I am not excited for On Live.

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