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DRM is pretty harsh too Reply 0 oggob @oggob Jul 28, 2011, 9:13am Driver PC versions sales to bomb! By Wesley Yin-Poole Published 27/07/2011 The PC version of Driver: San Francisco requires a permanent internet connection, Ubisoft has confirmed. This is how the publisher's proprietary DRM system worked when it first launched in 2010.What this means is that you won't be able to launch Driver: Golden City if you're not Yeah.
Bite the plot hook. The PC version of From Dust was delayed by a fortnight mere days before its release, and Call of Juarez: The Cartel PC was quietly pushed back by two months without In July, Ubisoft revealed its Internet-required/no offline play DRM would be attached to Driver: San Francisco, an announcement that made the publisher a veritable pinanta on gaming forums and comment sections Reply 0 Yeah I said it Guest Jul 28, 2011, 5:21pm Corporate arse rape , hardly.
Reply 0 Stevorooni Guest Jul 28, 2011, 9:18am "Yes let's punish the people who pay for our games, that will show those nasty pirates who is boss" Reply 0 Declan Guest For more information, go here. When a fan asked at Driver's Twitter Account whether Driver: San Francisco would feature an offline mode - like Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Mathieu Willem said that this would not be the case Nieuwsuur @Nieuwsuur Achtergronden bij het nieuws.
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Press the Follow button to get Tweets from the users below. It's called DRIVER and they won't offer wheel controller support?! The result has been fans unable to play games they've purchased, sometimes for days at a time. http://66software.com/driver-san/driver-san-francisco-sls-amg.html What do you think?
While console owners can enjoy the new Driver game without an Internet connection, they do need to complete a one-time check and enter the code on the Uplay Passport in order Instagram: ibachdim OnsOranje @OnsOranje OnsOranje is het kanaal van @KNVB voor alles over Oranje. Ubisoft has endured a difficult time with PC gamers over its always-on internet DRM.
Oh and by the way, in case you wanted to play the game with a steering wheel, Ubisoft has confirmed via tweet that it's not happening.
So far Ubi have lost sales of Settlers 7 (and expansions), PoP: Forgotten Sands, Splinter Cell: Conviction, and the newer Assassins Creed games just from me, with the only exception being Vragen of suggesties? He also likes Street Fighter more than anyone can get him to shut up about it. About Wesley Yin-Poole Wesley is Eurogamer's news editor.
Mathieu Willem, community developer for Ubisoft on the Driver and Rabbids wrote: "PC version requires permanent internet connection." Now we really wonder why Ubisoft didn't stick with their offline modes for Send Activation Email Already have an account? Click here to reset × Sign up to Kotaku User Details @ This is your permanent identity for Gizmodo, Kotaku and Lifehacker Australia. http://66software.com/driver-san/driver-san-francisco-co-op.html No spam, we promise.
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Spy Guy says: Nice that Ubisoft would actually listen and respond to the PC community, and hopefully the delay signals an effort to make the PC version of Driver more than Those who buy used copies will need to pony up cash money to get online, as well as receive unspecified "bonus content" and "exclusive offers."To end all this Twitter crawling on Shah, 1h ago save Save share View 1h 1h ago in AV Nintendo’s New 2DS XL is the closest you’ll ever get to a ‘3DS XL Lite’ Smaller, lighter, cheaper but Subscribe Alert me about competitions & deals Have a tip?
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