Ubisoft will shut down online multiplayer for 15 video games


Ubisoft will shut down online multiplayer for 15 video games

A remastered version of the video game “Assassin's Creed Brotherhood” was launched in 2016.

Several fans of online multiplayer video games will have to say goodbye to their opponents: Ubisoft has announced that this game mode will no longer be offered for dozen of its titles starting September 1.

Video games affected by this announcement include Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, the first multiplayer game from the popular series from Ubisoft Montreal.

This announcement marks a turning point for this title, released in November 2010 and whose remastered version for more recent consoles (PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch) does not have all the same elements of x27;origin of the online multiplayer mode, according to what reports the specialized site The Verge.

Video games Assassin's Creed Revelations, < em>Assassin's Creed II and Assassin's Creed 3also appear in the list published by Ubisoft.

For players, this means that all multiplayer components and online features will disappear. These people will no longer be able to install or access downloadable content in these video games.

Closing online services for some older games allows us to focus our resources on delivering great experiences to gamers playing newer or more popular titles. Ubisoft's help page.

Offline and single-player functionality remains available for all titles listed, and remastered versions are spared, according to this that Ubisoft provides on its website.

In April, Ubisoft published a list of nearly a hundred video games whose online services were disconnected from 2013 to 2022 .

We don't take the decision to retire services for older Ubisoft games lightly, read a Ubisoft blog post on the subject. The video game giant then claimed not to have closed any servers in 2022.

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Featuring information from The Verge


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