I sent a feedback to Ubisoft DRM requirement.

Posted by TermlessHalo (87 posts) -

So I sent them a feedback how I felt about there DRM requirement (always connected to the internet). The game I was talking about was Splinter Cell: Conviction. This was there  response.  "We appreciate you voicing your concerns about our new Online Services Platform that is offered in Splinter Cell: Conviction.  We feel strongly that the platform will offer benefits to the player, in form of services such as unlimited installs and that these services justify the permanent online requirement.  We truly feel that the vast majority of gamers will have a smooth and easy experience with this platform."  

#1 Posted by TermlessHalo (87 posts) -

So I sent them a feedback how I felt about there DRM requirement (always connected to the internet). The game I was talking about was Splinter Cell: Conviction. This was there  response.  "We appreciate you voicing your concerns about our new Online Services Platform that is offered in Splinter Cell: Conviction.  We feel strongly that the platform will offer benefits to the player, in form of services such as unlimited installs and that these services justify the permanent online requirement.  We truly feel that the vast majority of gamers will have a smooth and easy experience with this platform."  

#2 Posted by HitmanAgent47 (8576 posts) -

It's not that bad tbh. If I lost my ubisoft account info, I will lose control to these games. It's better than installation limits, where I already lost alot of installs. However they aren't making alot of money this year, ppl are voting with their wallets.

#3 Posted by Rayfield (2097 posts) -
@termlesshalo said:
"So I sent them a feedback how I felt about there DRM requirement (always connected to the internet). The game I was talking about was Splinter Cell: Conviction. This was there  response.  "We appreciate you voicing your concerns about our new Online Services Platform that is offered in Splinter Cell: Conviction.  We feel strongly that the platform will offer benefits to the player, in form of services such as unlimited installs and that these services justify the permanent online requirement.  We truly feel that the vast majority of gamers will have a smooth and easy experience with this platform."   "

TRANSLATION: "Look at us not care. We'll be over here enjoying your money."
#4 Posted by Mikemcn (6982 posts) -

Its really not aproblem, I played AC2 for 40 hours and had one drop in connection that only required me to log back in , my internet is pretty standard.

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