Ubisoft has confirmed that it will soon be recalling a number of its games, including Anno 2070, Far Cry 3, Ghost Recon Future Soldier and Assassin’s Creed 2.
Most of the games on the list are getting a bit run down, but the three-year-old VR game Space Junkies is also being pulled over, and since it’s a “multiplayer only title”, you won’t be able to play the game. straight ahead”.
While the single player features of these games will mostly not be affected, there may not be multiplayer modes or online features after September 1, along with the ability to purchase DLC.
In some cases, like Ghost Recon Future Soldier, you’ll only be able to play the single-player campaign offline, and you won’t be able to link – or unlock goodies – via your Ubisoft account.
Here’s the full list, although in the case of Assassin’s Creed 3 and Far Cry 3, only the original games are affected; The restart device should continue to operate as normal:
- Anno 2070
- assassin’s creed 2
- assassin’s creed 3
- Fighting the creed of the Brotherhood
- Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD
- killer creed revelation
- San Francisco driver
- far cry 3
- Ghost Recon Future Soldier
- Prince of Persia, the forgotten desert
- Rayman Legends
- Silent Hunter 5
- space enthusiasts
- Splinter Cell: Blacklist
“Closing online services for some older games allows us to focus our resources on delivering great experiences for players who play newer or more popular titles,” Ubisoft explained in a blog post. “To help us achieve this, a number of older addresses will be added to the list of decommissioned online services.”
Ubisoft is using its games to help educate players about the effects of climate change. Playing for the Planet, a UN-led initiative that seeks to use games to “inspire young people to learn and act in support of the environment,” includes Riders Republic and Skull & Bones in its list of games that includes in-game events that will raise awareness about climate change.
“Like current societal challenges, changes should be collaborative, raise awareness, and encourage others to learn and consider additional environmental causes that need attention,” the publisher said.
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