Ghost Recon Online being free-to-play is a counter to piracy, says Ubisoft producer on PC Gamer relates how a Ubi producer has stated that due to piracy, Ghost Recon Online will take Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's place as it's PC version. No Ghost Recon: Future Soldier on PC from Eurogamer relates that it will not be on the PC too.
The problem with Ubisoft's idiotic claims is that they have purposely not developed a true PC game since who knows when, lately, they have been porting over their console garbage to sell to PC gamers and the ports have been poor and buggy. Not to mention that their draconian DRM has chased away many more of their once loyal customers. Both combined have made me stop buying anything from Ubi and I damn sure will not pirate crappy games either. Their claim that 95% of PC gamers pirate games is ludicrous at best and laughable at least.
Personally, I cannot recommend any Ubi game no matter what platform they are on due to their stupidity and the factthat they are trying to chase certain games and fail. They had the gaming world in the palm of their hands and tossed it all out the window and continue to do so with each new game (or sequel) it seems. Sure, some of you may like how easy it is to play some of their games now, but it is more than that. You can't keep trying to rewrite or remake a franchise with each sequel. The fact that they are now including huge hints that appear everywhere on what to do next should be a clue that Ubi shows nothing but contempt for their customer base.
What do y'all think of this revelation about no GR for PC (again)?