Viewing Company : Ubisoft

Ubisoft is an international game developer and publisher claiming over 10,000 team members across 6 continents. Ubisoft is headquartered in Montreuil, France and was founded in 1986. Originally the French distributor for games from companies including EA and MicroProse, Ubisoft began developing its own games in the 1990’s. Ubisoft is best known for franchises including Rayman, Assassin’s Creed, Prince of Persia and the line of “Tom Clancy’s” titles.


Ten More Ubisoft games going offline November 19th

Thanks to Dead Game News on Twitter for pointing out Ubisoft’s Online Services Update Masterlist which shows ten titles that will be losing online functionality on November 19th, 2018. That includes online play, stat tracking, Uplay unlocks, and any in-game currency, for which there is a 60 day window to use-it-or-lose-it. Here are the ten titles in question:

  • Just Dance 2018 (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii)
  • Just Dance 2017 (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii)
  • Just Dance 2016 (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii)
  • Just Dance 2015 (Xbox One/360, PlayStation 3/4, Wii/Wii U)
  • Just Dance 2014 (Xbox One/360, PlayStation 3/4, Wii/Wii U)
  • Rayman 3 HD (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3)
  • I Am Alive (PC)
  • Tom Clancy’s EndWar (PC)
  • Splinter Cell Double Agent (PC)
  • Assassin’s Creed II (MAC)
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Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is back on sale on Xbox 360

Ubisoft doesn’t seem to be quite finished with Call of Juarez: Gunslinger just yet. After being delisted alongside Call of Juarez: The Cartel on March 30th, Gunslinger has returned to sale, at least on Xbox 360. The game returned no later than April 10th and has returned in all territories (AU, EU, JP, US).

The Steam version was last updated on April 4th, indicating it may return soon while the PlayStation 3 versions remain unavailable. Download codes for PlayStation 3 remain available through Amazon and the game can still be purchased in a bundle with Far Cry Blood Dragon on the European PlayStation Store.

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Call of Juarez: Gunslinger and The Cartel delisted

Thanks to Twitter follower ElvisWV for pointing out Wario64’s tweet that Call of Juarez: Gunslinger had been delisted on March 30th. In digging up the details I discovered that Gunslinger’s predecessor — the critically maligned, 2011 release Call of Juarez: The Cartel — had also been delisted on the same day.

Gunslinger, the better of the two titles, is currently only available from Ubisoft’s uPlay store where it and Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood are on sale for 75% off. Amazon is still hanging onto some download codes for the PlayStation 3 version but those may dry up pretty quickly. Friend of the site, T87, also pointed out that Gunslinger is still available on PlayStation 3 in Australia and Europe in a bundle with Far Cry: Blood Dragon.

The Cartel will forever be available on physical media for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 although Ubisoft would apparently like to wipe it from history. I couldn’t find an official ubi.com URL for the game outside of a few pre-launch press releases. Even PlayStation.com is lacking a page for the game, physical or digital.

As for the reasoning, well, it’s a mystery. The game pages offer a few theories but I’m personally inclined to go with the notion that Ubisoft is trimming the fat, dropping whatever costs they incur from maintaining the games’ availability and support, leading up to the end of the fiscal 2017 year. Whatever the case, Gunslinger is the big loss here and if Ubisoft stops selling it once their sale ends it’ll be officially Extinct.

Grab it while you can, where you can!