Entries in 'uplay' (17)
Ubisoft has disabled its digital rights management and distribution platform Uplay’s PC game download service, following yesterday’s breach allowing users to download Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon for free.
A group of Russian hackers have apparently discovered an exploit that allows them to download games from Ubisoft’s uPlay store for free.
You can now buy SimCity from Ubisoft.
Ubisoft showed off its download line-up at its Digital Days showcase in Paris earlier this month, and MCV caught up with worldwide director of online games Stephanie Perotti.
Ubisoft hopes to add titles from other publishers to its newly-launched UPlay app in future.
Key titles from Ubisoft’s back catalogue are on sale for £1 to promote its new digital distribution hub.
Ubisoft has announced the launch of Uplay PC, a digital distribution branch of the company’s already established network.
Publisher Ubisoft claims it has resolved the loophole in its PC DRM that should prevent hackers from accessing uPlay users' computers.
A potentially very serious issue with the PC DRM employed by Ubisoft seems to have left many gamers susceptible to hackers.
Ubisoft launched its own social network, Uplay with the release of Assassin’s Creed II. It’s a layer that runs over the likes of Xbox Live and PSN, and offers players ...
Starting with the release of Driver: San Francisco on September 2nd, Ubisoft is to introduce its own version of EA’s Online Pass.
Yet another publisher has announced plans to introduce and EA Online Pass type system into its future releases.
Ubisoft is the latest publisher rumoured to be introducing an online pass that charges pre-owned buyers extra for in-game content.
Ubisoft has launched its online rewards service Uplay on iPhone in the form of a new app.
Ubisoft has announced the beta version of its Uplay service will launch alongside the debut of Assassin’s Creed II later this week.
Ubisoft says the launch of its new UPlay service represents a significant shift in the way the publisher brings its content to consumers.