A Ubisoft representative has told PC Gamer it has seen “a clear reduction in piracy of our titles which required a persistent online connection, and from that point of view the requirement is a success.” This is thanks to the firm’s use of “always on” DRM for PC games, which was first used with The Settlers 7, but didn’t cause too much of an uproar until Assassin’s Creed 2 came out on the system due to shaky internet connections and server issues causing game log outs or loss of saves. Ubisoft clarified earlier reports which stated From Dust on PC would require the DRM, and informed VG247 that the single-player portion of the game would not make use of the DRM.
Rainbow Six Siege is one of the most punishing and inaccessible shooters available today. A big part of that is very much by design, but the game makes little effort to rope in new players.
A $50,000 PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds tournament will be hosted through G:loot’s Global Loot League.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake concept art from Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition makes its way online
Concept art of Final Fantasy 7 Remake is currently on display at Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition in Japan. Images of the exhibit have been posted online.
Grey Box have announced Denuvo’s anti-privacy tech has been removed from Tequila Works’ adventure-puzzler, Rime.
Denuvo has inadvertently made certain private directories on its website available to the public, leading to a massive leak of client data, and other pertinent information.