Not just Wii U and 3DS: Ubisoft is also pulling some plugs, with the online service closing for Ezio Auditore and other titles from the past
Since the Big N also boasts the stings among the timed exclusives, Ubisoft he has shown that he does not want to be outdone the closure of the online service for several classic games, two among them Assassin’s Creed 2 e Splinter Cell: Convinction. For these games, the router light will turn off January 25, 2024. As we have seen over the past year, network services for yesterday’s titles often find themselves forced to give way to those of tomorrow. The reasons can obviously vary, from limited catchment areas to expired licenses, but the reality remains the same for everyone. It goes without saying that, with the advent of online-only titles, we talk about “dead games” more and more often as the various shutters of the case are lowered.
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How do I take you offline: the closure of online service for ten Ubisoft games
In the latest post on the support site, Ubisoft confirmed plans to “decommission” ten “old” games from online services. The transalpine publisher also added that the choice was not made “lightly”, despite being “a necessity as the technology for those services becomes obsolete”. Here are the ten gameswith associated platforms, which will “go offline” on January 25, 2024.
According to Ubisoft, once the procedure is completed it will no longer be possible to play online, connect accounts or redeem rewards Ubisoft Connect.
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