Over the last few days, Ubisoft have been de-activating "fraudulent" copies of Far Cry 4 and G2A were one of the third-party sellers that were known to be affected.
Metacritic have released their 2015 Game Publisher Rankings revealing who did best in the various different categories, such as large publisher, mid-sized publisher, etc. There are some surprising results to be found as the mid-sized publishers come out on top.
Those of you that have bought Far Cry 4 from third-party retailers G2A or G2Play may find that your copy of the game is being removed from Uplay by Ubisoft. This is according to the Ubisoft support forums anyway.
As expected with games, people have been pirating the newly released Far Cry 4, but they have inadvertently revealed this to Ubisoft.
Those users who are running AMD CPU/GPU configurations have been having problems with Assassin's Creed: Unity on PC and Ubisoft have now responded to say that they are aware of the problem.
We mentioned yesterday that Ubisoft had removed Far Cry 4 and Assassin's Creed from the UK steam store. Reports are suggesting that this is happening on the US version of the store as well.
It looks Ubisoft are trying to force uPlay down the throats of the UK users even more it seems as a host of games and series aren't coming to the UK store front of Steam.
Ubisoft have revealed the details about the season pass for upcoming MMO racer, The Crew today, which will be available for £19.99.
The Crew may have been postponed a few months but Ubisoft are still spitting out some trailers for the game.