Ubisoft: Our DRM will 'evolve and improve'

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Ubisoft's online platform requires PC gamers to be connected to the internet while they play. But problems arise when authentication servers are unavailable or unresponsive.

This was felt first with Assassin's Creed II and Silent Hunter V and then more recently with Settlers 7. Despite it, Ubisoft's told Eurogamer that its 'online services platform' for PC games will 'evolve and improve' and is most certainly here to stay. In other news, Gaming scene group The Skid Rowdies managed to release a crack for the DRM present in Silent Hunter 5 and proudly posted a NFO file with the release outlining the ease with which downloaders can circumvent Ubisoft's latest attempt to stop 'piracy'.

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