Ubisoft is ending on a number of older Tom Clancy games this year, suggesting you’ll no longer have the ability to play them online.
Ghost Recon Future Soldier, Rainbow Six Lockdown, Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 will all be shuttered on PC, PlayStation and Xbox platforms at some point before the end of 2021.
Ubisoft doesn’t have a firm date yet, though it has actually slapped a 1st June shutdown date for a variety of other PC video games: Assassin’s Creed 2, Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands, Far Cry 2, Anno 1404, Might & & Magic – Clash of Heroes, Splinter Cell Conviction, The Settlers 7 and Might & & Magic X – Legacy.
Not all of these video games have multiplayer, but all will be affected in some way. Significantly, this will include any “ULC” (unlockable material) which you might have declared.
“The ULC will be disabled, implying that you will no longer be able to open them,” Ubisoft’s support post found by ResetEra states. “On PC, even if you have actually redeemed them, the ULC will no longer be readily available. On consoles, the ULC will be readily available till you choose to reset your conserved video game files.”
Any in-game news and player stats will likewise become not available, Ubisoft Connect features (if supported) will no longer function, and no refunds will be approved on any unused in-game currency.
Vegas and Vegas 2 folded.