Ubisoft has clarified its DRM plans for the PC release of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, and it’s good news.
Ubisoft DRM headlines
According to a report from CNet, Ubisoft’s DRM software for its most recent PC titles has been hacked.
Splinter Cell: Conviction creative director Max Béland has told VG247 that Ubisoft’s DRM software is considered “vital” to the success of its games on PC.
Looks like the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction will use Ubisoft’s DRM system like Assassin’s Creed II, The Settler’s 7 other new titles soon to be released. Might has well figure all Ubisoft PC titles will have it from here on out too, according to a rep from the company.