Silent Hunter 5

Ubisoft offers free content to those suffering online DRM outages

Ubisoft has decided to offer free game content to PC players of Assassin’s Creed 2 and Silent Hunter 5 after users were unable to play their games due to attacks on the DRM servers.

Silent Hunter 5 headlines

  • Ubi confirms Silent Hunter 5 CE Germany recall

    Ubisoft’s confirmed to VG247 that the German Collector’s Edition of Silent Hunter 5 has been recalled, following reports of the game carrying swastikas.

  • Report: Silent Hunter 5 recalled in Germany over swastika use

    German website Computerbase is claiming that the special edition of Ubisoft’s Silent Hunter 5 has been recalled over the use of swastikas.

  • Ubi PC DRM downtime due to "server attack" [Update]

    Ubisoft’s said in a tweet that the DRM issues that’s affected titles like Assassin’s Creed II and Silent Hunter 5 for PC were down to a “server attack” last night.

  • Ubi updates PC DRM to start play from "exact" point of connection-loss

    Ubisoft’s now updated its Assassin’s Creed II PC DRM to ensure players will be able to start from the exact point they were at in the game if they lose their internet connection.

  • Rumor: Ubisoft DRM already cracked

    One of DRM’s many problems has always been its staying power. Publishers build their walls higher and higher, but pirates just bulldoze right over them time and time again. Ubisoft, however, thought its anti-piracy solution was different. And, unfortunately (or extremely fortunately, depending on how you look at it), Ubisoft thought wrong.

  • Silent Hunter 5 revealed, trailer shows the inside of a sub

    Ubisoft has announced Silent Hunter 5 at GamesCom for PC. Currently in the works at its Romanian studio, it’s expected to be released in 2010 and to continue the realistic submarine combat sim series by being set in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. Players will be able to take control of both Allied subs and German […]