Bad news for fans of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist, as a number of players have encountered difficulties connecting to the server to play multiplayer games, but although Ubisoft is aware of the situation has no intention of taking care of the game since it belongs to two gens ago, but the worst thing is that the reports sent will see a ban of all response.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist is the sixth episode of the tactical shooter series, released on August 20, 2013 for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U. Clearly this is not a game released just a few days ago and, as is now common practice, it is normal that for such old titles the software houses are slowly moving away from them, unplugging the proverbial plug.
It all came to the attention of fans through a post from the same company, written by the head of the Ubisoft Customer Relationship Center. The man first made it clear that the software house is aware of the situation with six servers found by users, even after the numerous reports received.
Despite this, Ubisoft will no longer spend resources on game care, given the now dated age and relatively inactive fan base. The problems, therefore, will not be solved and the man asks the players not to send further reports on the matter.
Worst of all, however, is that those who will be submitting support tickets for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist will receive a ban lasting 7 days. During this period, it will not be possible to make purchases through the Ubisoft store, access the official website or in your account or even play through the Ubisoft Connect.
You can still play offline, but customer support will not remove the ban. Further offenses or anyone who will try to use an older version of Ubisoft Connect or Uplay in order to dodge penance will face a permanent ban.
The old versions of the service are no longer secure, the man finally explains, and continuing to use them could lead to security breaches in user accounts. It will no longer be useful, therefore, to continue to report the server problem, since Ubisoft she is not going to fix it.
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