It’s not unusual for gaming servers as well as services to go down. Eventually, a system’s capabilities degrade, and users must decide whether to upgrade to the most recent version of that system or abandon it altogether. The Internet Explorer web browser and a slew of other applications were shut off this year. Ubisoft will fall into line and shut down a number of its previous game’s online capabilities.
In the gaming business since 1986, Ubisoft has established its own key IPs, such as Assassin’s Creed, in the wake of the 7th gen consoles. Many people now are familiar with the open-world giga-franchise that was spawned by it. If you have a title that was launched for the PS3 / Xbox 360, it will no longer actually have a service online.
Gamers will no more be capable of playing multi – player, connect their Ubisoft credentials in-game, or use any other functionalities as a result of the shutdown of the internet services. The game’s DLC, if any, would no longer technically be available for download or installation by players. To enjoy a game like Ghost Recon Future Soldier’s campaign without an internet hookup, the console must be switched to offline mode.
This restriction only affects the original editions, therefore titles like Far Cry 3 & Assassin’s Creed 3 will also not be impacted by this restriction. Younger or more famous games are being prioritized as a result of this stop down, Ubisoft said in a blog entry. The very next titles will be affected by the September 1, 2022, shutdown of all of their facilities:
-Assassin’s Creed 2;
-Assassin’s Creed 3 (2012 Release);
-Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood;
-Assassin’s Creed Revelations;
-Driver San Francisco;
-Far Cry 3 (2012 Release);
-Ghost Recon Future Soldier;
-Splinter Cell: Blacklist;
-Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands;
-Silent Hunter 5.