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Ubisoft Connect was down on Thursday

Ubisoft Connect was down on Thursday

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Ubisoft Connect was down on Thursday, Downdetector showed. The online outage tracking platform recorded more than 2,500 reports in less than 30 minutes. Several social media users reported receiving a “service not available message.” The platform owned by Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft Connect is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications service.

According to Downdetector, 71% of reports related to server connection, 25% of issues related to connection, and 4% related to gameplay.

“Once again Ubisoft is messing up and can't connect to the game MID GAME CRASH BTW,” said one social media user.

“The first time I launch a SINGLEPLAYER game from Ubisoft in months, I'm greeted by their fucking DRM that can't connect. Fuck you and let me play my games that I bought ON STEAM @Ubisoft,” said a second on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

“Brother, I can’t connect to Ubisoft, are the servers down?” » asked a third person.

Ubisoft Connect was previously known as Ubisoft Game Launcher and later Uplay. The service is developed by Massive Entertainment. It is provided on various platforms.

The video game developer and publisher recently announced its participation as a node validator in the XPLA ecosystem. XPLA team lead Paul Kim welcomed Ubisoft's involvement, emphasizing the shared goal of creating a “more transparent” and “trustworthy” Web3 ecosystem.

“We are delighted to welcome Ubisoft as an XPLA validator. Together, we will cooperate to create a more transparent and trusted Web3 ecosystem, striving to provide an engaging gaming experience for gamers around the world,” he said. he declares.

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