Ubisoft kills online pass system after Assassin’s Creed 4 shipwreck

03 Nov


Ubisoft has sent its online pass program to Davy Jones’ locker following players’ complaints over gated content in Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag. Before, if players wanted to access the game’s online multiplayer features, companion app and related bonuses they would have to input a single-use code that came with new copies of Black Flag. Not any more, though. The French publisher has completely scrapped the Uplay Passport system from all upcoming games and is providing free codes via Xbox Live and PlayStation Network for players who don’t have one (e.g., because they bought a used game or borrowed it from a friend). With Electronic Arts dropping its online pass system earlier this year, Sony doing the same for its first-party software and Ubisoft finally following suit, one of the game industry’s more awkward experiments could finally be behind us. by engadget

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Posted by on 03/11/2013 in IT


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