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Ubisoft pulls paid keys in to the anger of players
Ubisoft has withdrawn keys which players bought from unofficial retailers. The players, who have paid for the keys, can therefore games like Far Cry 4 and AC: Unity no longer play and be angry at the game publisher. Ubisoft has given no substantive response.
Many tweakers on GoT report that among other matters the G2A.com site. Such sites buy instance keys in countries where the price is lower and selling them in countries with higher prices so to make a profit. It is not just G2A, including a key from a Dutch web shop would be withdrawn.
Users are angry, as it appears on the forum of Ubisoft itself. Many find that Ubisoft should address the sellers of such keys and not the buyers. Ubisoft Outlaws keys and takes the game out of the Uplay account of players, so they are no longer playable. This is done without any kind of warning, allowing players advance are not aware of them suddenly Far Cry 4 and Assassin’s Creed: Unity can not play anymore.
Ubisoft still has not ruled on the blocking of the keys, so it is unknown why the publisher has taken these steps. Or refer the Twitter account of the publisher users to the sellers of the keys.Viewing:-118
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