Ubisoft the crew, Which was released in 2014 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, was removed without warning. Its servers will be shut down next year as well. Because the game is an always-online experience, Ubisoft has confirmed that it will become unplayable once this happens.
the crew It is a massive open-world driving game set in a digital (not large-scale) USA. While its narrative was a bizarre, melodramatic tale of car gangs and criminals, the real reason behind playing the crew We were destined to go on road trips through Ubisoft Ivory Tower’s down-to-earth but charming recreation of the United States of America. But, if you want to check it out the crew Now or return to her strange world, you better hurry, because in 2024 everything will die.
On December 14thUbisoft It has been deleted the crew From all console storefronts and on Steam. This happened early today, before Ubisoft officially commented on the situation, leading to speculation about what this meant. Thursday, The publisher posted a message on its website Confirmation of the game’s deletion and its servers will be closed on April 1, 2024.
Since the game is always online, this means that once the servers are out, so is the game for everyone who purchased it, digitally or physically.
“We understand this may be disappointing for players who are still enjoying the game,” Ubisoft said. “But it has become a necessity due to upcoming server infrastructure and licensing limitations.”
For people who have recently purchased, Ubisoft says the crew It may be eligible for a refund but it stops short of offering anything else to players who will permanently lose access to the game they purchased just a few months from now.
“Having a game shut down, especially our first game, is not something we take lightly,” Ubisoft said. “Our goal remains to provide players with the best action-packed gaming experience and to achieve this, we continue to provide new content and support for players.” Crew 2 Which was launched recently Al Crew Car Festival.“
While I don’t expect companies to support online gaming for decades, it would be nice if games were designed in a way that the game can be updated to an offline experience when the servers eventually go down. Otherwise, in 10 to 15 years, we’ll have a lot of games that won’t be playable anymore, even if you own the disc.