. According to the sheep its acceptable and all above what you said. His argument is correct, but I just didn't see what did it have to do with what I said. They just pay, whether they are being ripped of or not. It's the most 'for-the-record' and humane anti-tampering solution I have ever seen. You will be in control of an Ark, which you must used to explore the new landscape and find a suitable location to start your colony. Quite a few games from them also followed the Denuvo route and they all were cracked.
Countries no longer exist in the game, they are replaced with three factions that differ in the way they they produce energy. There are just to few of us that actually have brains to see what is going on and how we are being screwed. Maybe he thiks people in won't care and skipped that bit. Each Ark can be customized in terms of appearance and capabilities, and players can vote for a World President. Thankfully most people are wising up to these greedy companies scheme and are becoming more vigilant. To get live announcements of the latest releases, follow our Rules 1 No question threads.
Its up to every one of us to say no to those exploits so that the gaming industry as a whole can be all the better for it. The first Ubisoft game with Denuvo was back in 2016 and the game was Far Cry Primal. Other discussions seem to be on point or at least are actually discussions, you would think that everyone is a kid at heart who enjoys games. Offline mode is totally acceptable. Also check out our sister subreddit. All of a sudden I was the enemy. Doesn't matter because I'm fine within my circumstances.
Once they get our money, that's it. To this day, not a single one of those games with Denuvo were removed by Ubisoft which is very concerning. I don't know, I think he replied to the wrong comment or something. Denuvo uses similar tech so you can stack them together, and thats how I get to that number. Once they get our money, that's it. They only care about pleasing their shareholders.
So I can't really understand why they would even defend anti-consumer practices which will essentially only affect themselves in the short and long term. I like hearing other people's opinions and views but I still can't comprehend by people are into being treated like cattle and defend the greedy publishers like I just insulted their parents or childhood pet. You'd be surprised some of the most ridiculous and anti-consumer things they will defend. If you are new, please read. Its because of these fanboys does greedy companies get away with all the shady anti-consumer business practices.
Sooner or later, one day Denuvo servers will go down and with the attitude of companies like Ubisoft, our legitimately purchased games will go down with it. World Events are also present and they provide additional challenges for players to take, challenges which have to be completed as a team. I am well over 300 hours into each. By downloading and installing this patch over the original game, you will be able to benefit from a large number of changes and bug fixes. Going on a vacation abroad? They only care about pleasing their shareholders. So, if I have to choose between Denuvo or Steam, I know with who I am siding. I thought people does not matter age could see what is happening and being ripped of, but majority too stupid it seems.
Not really limiting you in any way. If we collectively say no to anti-consumerist practices, vote with our wallets and don't buy those games, only then will these greedy companies learn and turn around. It's a really poor way to go through life, feeling you have to defend something you purchased, just because you purchased it. And I mean everyone wants to make money. Same with my 6700 I was using last week - upgraded recently.
They somehow got convinced that it's totally fine for private owners to act in a mischievious manner since their goal is mischievious in the first place. All of these, along with gameplay enhancements and re-balancing are meant to make Anno 2070 more enjoyable. It's like people buying consoles, they feel they have to defend their purchase to the point that they'll just simply ignore facts or call them wrong. No wonder they're some of the most hated companies of the world. Side note- This and Anno 2205 are two of the best city-builder games I have ever played.