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Ubisoft is shutting down servers for 10 more games

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For online games, their days eventually become numbered. Companies often choose to decommission their titles after a certain amount of time passes or their popularity drops, as keeping them online requires money and resources to be put into server management. Ubisoft has announced that they are shutting down the servers for 10 more games at the beginning of next year.

Ubisoft has already taken down the servers for a range of titles including Far Cry 3 and Space Junkies, for example. According to Ubisoft “decommissioning the online services for older games is something we do not take lightly, however, it is also a necessity as the technology behind these services becomes outdated.”

Saying a fond farewell

Here are all the games that will see their online services closed for good on January 25, 2024:

  • Assassin’s Creed II – Xbox 360
  • Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood – MAC
  • Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD – PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
  • Assassin’s Creed Revelations – PC
  • Ghost Recon Future Soldier – PC
  • Heroes of Might and Magic VI – PC
  • NCIS – PC
  • R.U.S.E – PC
  • Splinter Cell: Conviction – Xbox 360
  • Trials Evolution – PC

For all the games listed above, you will be unable to play multiplayer, link Ubisoft accounts in-game, or use online features when the servers are decommissioned. Also, Ubisoft Connect rewards will no longer be available.

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The result of this decision means that players who have these games in their library will no longer be able to play multiplayer modes or use online features within them. However, single-player experiences will still be fully functioning.

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