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Discord /Telegram Yesterday we told you that, according to information presented on Steam, players who purchased Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD would lose access to the game starting in September. Now, Ubisoft decided to face this situation and everything indicates that it was a simple misunderstanding. In a statement sent to Kotaku, Ubisoft confirmed that players who own Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD will have the opportunity to download it whenever they want. It also means that those who have a license for a digital copy of this title will be able to play it whenever they want.
In case you missed it: Some PlayStation video content will disappear from the library of those who bought it Now, all is not well for Assassin’s Creed Libeation HD. What happens is that the game will not be sold anymore and its DLC and online features will be affected. It’s not a perfect situation, but at least players who bought the game will still be able to access it. “Those who currently own retired games will be able to access, play or re-download them,” Ubisoft said.
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It is worth mentioning that Ubisoft made it clear that it is already working to clarify this information in stores like Steam and avoid further misunderstandings. While it looks like we will continue to have access to Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD for the foreseeable future, the reality is that could change at any time. Let’s remember that Ubisoft and other distributors have the power to withdraw the games if they want to. It only remains to be seen who will be the first to dare to do so. What do you think about this new? Do you trust that Ubisoft and other companies will not take away the digital games you bought? Tell us in the comments. Follow this link for more news related to Assassin’s Creed.
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