Ubi Blames Assassin’s Creed II DRM Woes On Server Attacks

8 Mar 2010  by   Paul Younger
Ubisoft has stated the Assassin's Creed II DRM problems preventing some users from playing the game were caused by “attacks” on its servers.

In a tweet, the publisher revealed the attack happened between 2.30pm and 9.00pm Paris time.

“Apologies to anyone who couldn’t play ACII or SH5 yesterday. Servers were attacked which limited service from 2:30pm to 9pm Paris time.”

The DRM issues have led to to long log-in times and players being unable to access their saved games.

Ubisoft has stated the Assassin’s Creed II DRM problems preventing some users from playing the game were caused by “attacks” on its servers.

In a tweet, the publisher revealed the attack happened between 2.30pm and 9.00pm Paris time.

“Apologies to anyone who couldn’t play ACII or SH5 yesterday. Servers were attacked which limited service from 2:30pm to 9pm Paris time.”

The DRM issues have led to to long log-in times and players being unable to access their saved games.

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