Ubisoft’s confirmed to RPS it will ship the PC version of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations without the publisher’s always-on DRM.
The company has had the controversial system in most of the games its published since it was first introduced in early 2010 with the exception of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood in March.
But the publisher’s confirmed it’ll also avoid introducing it for Revelations. This year, the DRM’s been in titles like Driver: San Francisco and From Dust.
Revelations launches on PC on December 2, two weeks after its console launch next week. Here’s its launch trailer.
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