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Ubisoft DRM abolished in Driver: San Francisco
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Ubisoft DRM abolished in Driver: San Francisco

It seems that too many dissatisfied reviews fell to Ubisoft in connection with their decision to provide the project Driver: San Francisco defense DRM, require constant Internet connection during a game. It seems that too many dissatisfied reviews fell to Ubisoft in connection with their decision to provide the project Driver: San Francisco defense DRM, require constant Internet connection during a game. They completely from the system of protection is not refused. Internet access is still required, but only n

It seems that too many dissatisfied reviews fell to Ubisoft in connection with their decision to provide the project Driver: San Francisco defense DRM, require constant Internet connection during a game. They completely from the system of protection is not refused. Internet access is still required, but only at the beginning of each gaming session. `We heard your feedback regarding the need for constant Internet connection for Driver and more decided not to use this system. So this means that the PC-gamers, playing in Driver, need only log into your account to run the game, then you can play the game offline `

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