Console users will be able to enjoy the DLC, but PC users won’t be able to after this new date.
We have already reported almost 2 months ago Which was bad news for many of you, but now it turns out that Ubisoft is delaying the server shutdowns of some major video games released for PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U by a month. The multiplayer features were going to be gone, and with them some DLC for PC users, but on console those won’t happen.
Ubisoft will shut down its game servers on October 1Well, it looks like you’ll be able to play your purchased DLCs and multiplayer for longer. Ubisoft announced on its official website that from October 1 server shutdown begins, but you can still enjoy the DLC below.
All you have to do is activate your DLC before October 1: “Activate your DLC before the October 1, 2022 reminder to keep playing. There will be no impact in the same single-player DLC on the consolesand you will still be able to download and play them after October 1, 2022,” says Ubisoft, which also confirms the discontinuation of Space Junkies for PC starting tomorrow.
What DLCs will you lose if you have them on PC?
- Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood
-The disappearance of Da Vinci.
- Assassin’s Creed III
-The tyranny of King Washington
-Memories of Benedict Arnold
-A bundle of hidden secrets
- Far Cry 3
- Silent Hunter 5
– Allied ships
- Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
-Survival mode map
It’s worth noting that the DLCs that were tied to the Multiplayer features will also eventually disappear.but at least there is a month left to play these DLCs if you are a PC user. If you’re a console user, you’ll have all of this content beyond October 1.
Single-player DLC will disappear on PC from October 1, but it won’t be the same on consolesUbisoft specifies that there is still a team working on Anno 2070.which will not close its servers because there is still a working group in Mainz. It will therefore “update the game and replace its old online services, allowing players to to take advantage of its online features in the future.“. This is probably due to statements made by the developers a few weeks ago.
A few weeks ago, 3DJuegos published a special file on the Closing of the Ubisoft server where we showed the 15 Ubisoft games that are going offline, and 6 you should try before that happens. However, you can always visit the official site and have a look for yourself.