Ubisoft is Goodbye For some ancient Clancyverse games later this year.
Rainbow Six Vegas, Rainbow Six Vegas 2, Rainbow Six Lockdown and Ghost Recon Future Soldier will all see their online servers closed, although any individual content will still be available.
Any in-game rewards, refunds, achievements, and currency owned by Ubisoft will also be disabled. Yes, even if you have already recovered or unlocked items in-game, you will no longer be able to access them on your PC. There is no specific date for Ubi to pull these games yet, due to its ambiguous 2021 framework.
However, Tom Clancy games aren’t the only ones that are phasing out. Ubisoft is also downing servers for a few different games on June 1:
- Assassin’s Creed 2
- Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands
- Far Cry 2
- ANO 1404
- Power and Magic – Clash of Champions
- Condemn the splinter cell
- Settlers 7
- Might & Magic X – Legacy
Most of these games are at least 10 years old by this point, so it makes sense to think that they might have little or no multiplayer activity. But there is always something a little sad about seeing some of these classics quietly shut down. In 2019, a multiplayer project is called the dust Discover the instability of competitive game spaces, placing players on a single “final” de_dust2 server where they can build things. But if the server becomes vacant, all players’ creations will be erased.
I have some fond memories of messing with the Rainbow Six Vegas’ nightmare face wipe feature, and the Terrorist Hunt’s co-op mode will likely survive in 2021. In the latest Rainbow Six events, Temporarily Renamed The rainbow had six parasites Hours of gameplay leaked Online.