No, Ubisoft won’t stop you from playing ‘Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD’ on Steam

Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD Steam owners will not lose access to the game on September 1, Ubisoft clarified today after a notice on Valve’s storefront indicated the title would become unplayable later this year. “Current owners of these games can continue to access, play, or re-download them,” a company spokesman said .

The confusion about Liberation HDthe playability comes from an announcement Ubisoft made earlier this month. In a move aimed at freeing up resources for its newer and more popular titles, the company said it has plans to include Liberation HD. As a result of the decision, online features and downloadable content would no longer be available in most affected titles. However, the only game that Ubisoft said was completely unplayable was spade junkies as it is a pure multiplayer experience.

Many thought Ubisoft wanted to take it a step further when a Twitter user named Nors3 shared a screenshot on Monday Liberation HD Steam page. “Please note that this title will no longer be accessible after September 1, 2022,” reads one of the notes on the game’s storefront listing. The warning prompted many to accuse Ubisoft of falling to a new low.

Ubisoft tells Eurogamer It’s working with Valve and other platform owners to provide more accurate information about the future of the 15 games affected by its decision. “It has always been our intention to do everything in our power to ensure that these legacy titles remain available under the best possible conditions for players, and we are working towards that,” the company said.

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