It’s no surprise that a crack is now available for Assassins Creed II that DOES NOT require a constant internet connection to play the single player campaign. It was only a matter of time. The corporate drones at Ubisoft spend a good deal of money and time hiring some of the top Programming Gurus in the field to implement into their release of Assassins Creed II a type of DRM (Digital Rights Management) that required legit users to continuously be connected to their (Ubisoft’s) servers in order to play a game that is only user vs. AI, not a multiplayer experience.
Skid Row has released the Crack that removes Ubisoft’s DRM BS. Essentially the crack fools the game into thinking it is connected to the internet so a user does not have to bend over and take DRM in the ass like Ubisoft wants it customer to do.
And in a note left from Skid Row to Ubisoft, “Thank you Ubisoft, this was quiete [sic] a challenge for us, but nothing stops the leading force from doing what we do. Next time focus on the game and not on the DRM. It was probably horrible for all legit users. We just make their lifes [sic] easier.”
I really would like to know how much money and time was implemented into creating the latest brand of DRM in a weak attempt to stop piracy of their game. Now that the crack is out I’m sure that the many legit owners of Assassins Creed II will download the crack just to say in their own way “F*** U Ubisoft”. I really want to know if the people that make these decisions (most likely 50+ years old) to implement shit like Ubisoft’s DRM have ever been a true gamer, or would be able to relate in anyway with a gamer at all. I highly doubt it.
Gamers/Customers/Torrents + 1
Ubisoft – 1