Ubisoft has eliminated Might & Magic X: Legacy from sale on Steam following a server shutdown final month that many gamers reported left the sport unplayable previous Act 1 – together with important components of Legacy’s DLC content material, which it appeared had been additionally affected. However, Ubisoft has now instructed us that it’s “currently investigating all available options and will keep players informed as we can share more” on this.

“We are constantly assessing what’s needed to deliver the best possible experience for our players,” a Ubisoft spokesperson tells us in a press release. “On June 1, we shut down varied companies for a number of legacy video games on PC, together with for Might & Magic X: Legacy, as they may not meet our safety requirements.

“During that process, we unfortunately encountered an unexpected issue with this title, preventing new and returning players to access the game and its DLCs. We are currently investigating all available options and will keep players informed as we can share more. In the meantime, we made the decision to remove Might & Magic X: Legacy from sale until further notice.”

Earlier this yr, Might & Magic X: Legacy was added to a list of older Ubisoft games that will have their on-line companies shut down on June 1, together with Far Cry 2, Splinter Cell Conviction, and Assassin’s Creed 2. While the server shutdown doesn’t seem to have proved an issue for these video games, Might & Magic X was hit exhausting, seemingly solely permitting gamers to finish Act 1 earlier than kicking them out of the sport. Furthermore, it seems any DLC or unlockable further content material that required a web-based connection to activate had been additionally impacted.

A Ubisoft consultant replied to considerations in the game’s Steam forum last week, confirming that the studio was “aware that this will prevent you from accessing any unlockable extra content that was available with the game originally” and likewise that “you are unable to progress past Act 1 of the game, because of an activation needed”.

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The dev defined on the time that it was “busy investigating a possible solution and will do our best to update you when we hear back from the Might and Magic team.” Might & Magic X: Legacy was additionally pulled from sale on Steam, “at the request of the publisher”, as the shop web page says.

While it’s not clear if Might & Magic X: Legacy shall be coming again to the shop on the market, the excellent news is Ubisoft is trying into all of the available choices so we might doubtlessly see it return in some unspecified time in the future, relying on what’s attainable. And it sounds just like the group will hold gamers knowledgeable of any updates on this, so hold a climate eye on the studio’s and recreation’s channels in case you’re eager to listen to about these.

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