Assassin’s Creed: Liberation will continue to be playable after September 1st

Assassin’s Creed: Liberation will continue to be playable after September 1st

Yesterday we told you how a general discontent had spread among the community of Assassin’s Creed as the news had been spread that Assassin’s Creed: Liberation would no longer be playable by September 1st. But apparently this will not be the case at all. In fact, the denial by Ubisoft who wanted us to underline how the game will still be usable after the aforementioned date.

Users will be able to continue playing Assassin’s Creed: Liberation

Ubisoft she intervened in this regard with a long note in which she wanted to specify the whole situation well and put the dots on the i’s in such a way as to no longer have any misunderstanding. Here are the words of the software house:

“Only DLCs and online features will be affected by server shutdowns. Current owners of these games will still be able to access, play and re-download them. Our teams are working with partners to update information on all stores, and at the same time they are evaluating the options available to users who will be affected when the online services of the titles in question are suspended, starting September 1.

It has always been our intention to do everything possible to allow these discontinued products to remain available in the best conditions for players, and it is in this direction that we are working. ”

In short, it seems that the fuss unleashed by the fans has moved the software house in such a way as to give official news about it, stating howAssassin’s Creed: Liberation it will continue to be available to all those who have previously made the purchase and only its online features will no longer be usable.

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