Ubisoft Apologizes for Far Cry Problems Caused by Uplay Client

November 30, 2012 -

Ubisoft is apologizing to Far Cry 3 players for issues with the company's Uplay online gaming service. Some players have reported that they were unable to play the game because of Uplay server issues. Apparently setting the Uplay client to offline mode allows players to play part of the game, according to Rock, Paper, Shotgun.

Ubisoft is aware of the problem and took to Twitter today to say they were sorry:

"We're very sorry for the server issues affecting Far Cry 3 on PC and are working as fast as possible to restore the service."

On Wednesday, the company announced a day-one Far Cry 3 patch for PC described as a "critical update that needs to be installed in order to benefit from an optimal game experience".

Source: CVG


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Re: Ubisoft Apologizes for Far Cry Problems Caused by Uplay ...

I've not had....oh right..... :P


Copyright infringement is nothing more than civil disobedience to a bad set of laws. Let's renegotiate them.

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Re: Ubisoft Apologizes for Far Cry Problems Caused by Uplay ...

How about you STOP putting DRMs in your FRIGGIN games, Ubi?

 
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