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Ubisoft's DRM servers have gone down, causing all of their DRM-enabled games to be unplayable. For those who don't already know, their new system "requires players to always be online when they play games, even in singleplayer, or try to save their progress."

Although Ubisoft promised when it announced the system that it would monitor servers 24/7 and ensure that there was constant support, customers have been cut off from content for 10 hours and Ubisoft's response from Community Managers seems slow-moving.
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This entry was posted on 03/08/2010 01:30am and is filed under Breaking News, Video Games .
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