Ubisoft has announced in their forums that they will be shutting down online services to a few older games that just aren’t being used anymore. Effective November 19th, just under 30 games will be shut down and no longer have access to online gameplay either by the consoles they’re on or through UPlay. The vast majority of them are from the Just Dance series, which makes sense since more people move on after they get the latest edition. Check out the information below about the games, which you can see the full list here.
1. The multiplayer online services for the title will be shut down but the solo features will remain available.
2. Any In-game News and Player Stats services will be shut down.
3. For Uplay-enabled games:
- The Uplay service will no longer be available for the game on consoles.
- Units (Uplay currency) and Actions for the game will be disabled, meaning you will no longer be able to earn Units by completing Actions for the game.
- Rewards will be disabled in-game, meaning that you can still unlock them, but you will not receive them. If you unlock them after the closure of the online service for the game, please feel free to contact our Customer Support team to be refunded.
4. The ULC will be disabled, meaning that you will no longer be able to unlock them. On PC, even if you have redeemed them, the ULC will no longer be available. On consoles, the ULC will be available until you decide to reset your saved game files.
5. Players having in-game currency should use it within the 60 days period. There won’t be any refund on unused in-game currency.
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