Originally Posted by Cyrilmak
It's Ubisoft, don't expect them to reverse anything. Even EA seems to take out DRM in future patches for their games, at least via Steam for the most part. There are a lot of developers that do the same thing. Ubi on the other hand....
The last game from Ubisoft I bought was Far Cry 2, on a discount, from Steam. Played it for 3 hours and uninstalled it.
I was wondering if Crysis and Crysis Warhead on Steam still have activation limits; I will be upgrading my computer, and since I've got those two games installed on two more computers, that would make it the 4th installation. I went looking for a de-authorization tool for these games but the official page for it lead nowhere, I'm assuming they removed the activation limits for all versions, not just the Steam versions.
I'm worried about Batman Arkham Asylum though, I also have it on more than one machine. Is there a de-authorisation tool for it ? Or do I just un-install it through Steam ? Having games with different DRM schemes is a headache, even for someone who buys through Steam, because Valve gives other game publishers the freedom to use more DRM in addition to Steam.