Ubisoft has announced that it will soon be shutting down the servers on several of its older games, including Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas, Assassin’s Creed II, Far Cry 2, and more. The majority of the affected titles are PC games, with several PS2, Xbox 360, PSP, and PSP games also being shut down at an undetermined time later in 2021.
Ubisoft explained in a blog post that while multiplayer online services for these games will be switched off, players can still access solo features.
If the game is Ubisoft Connect-enabled, then this service will no longer be available for the title on consoles and the microtransaction currency of Ubisoft Units will be disabled. Ubisoft added that there will be no refunds on unused in-game currencies. Rewards will also be disabled in-game, and even though they can still be unlocked, Ubisoft says that players will no longer receive them.
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