Ubisoft will be shut­ting down servers for sev­er­al of its old­er games, includ­ing Tom Clan­cy’s Rain­bow Six Vegas, Assas­s­in’s Creed II, Far Cry 2, and more. Most of the shut­downs are PC games, with sev­er­al PS2, Xbox 360, and PSP games also hav­ing their servers turned off lat­er this year.

The com­pa­ny explained in a blog post that while mul­ti­play­er online ser­vices for these titles will be switched off, play­ers can still access solo fea­tures. Splin­ter Cell Con­vic­tion fea­tured com­pet­i­tive and coop­er­a­tive mul­ti­play­er, but co-op can still be played locally.

If the game is Ubisoft Con­nect-enabled, then this ser­vice won’t be avail­able for the game on con­soles and the micros­trans­ac­tion cur­ren­cy of Ubisoft Units will also be dis­abled. Ubisoft did men­tion that no refunds would be giv­en for unused in-game cur­ren­cies. Rewards will also be dis­abled in-game, and even though they can still be unlocked, Ubisoft states play­ers can longer receive them.

Ubisoft multiplayer servers being shut down on June 1

  • Assas­s­in’s Creed 2 (PC)
  • Prince of Per­sia: For­got­ten Sands (PC)
  • Far Cry 2 (PC)
  • Anno 1404 (PC)
  • Might & Mag­ic – Clash of Heroes (PC)
  • Splin­ter Cell Con­vic­tion (PC)
  • The Set­tlers 7 (PC)
  • Might & Mag­ic X – Lega­cy (PC)

Ubisoft multiplayer server shut down list for 2021

  • Ghost Recon Future Sol­dier – 2021 (PC / Xbox 360/ PS3)
  • Rain­bow Six Lock­down – 2021 – (PC / PS2 / Xbox)
  • Rain­bow Six Vegas 2 – 2021 (PC / Xbox 360 / PS3 / Xbox One)
  • Rain­bow Six Vegas – 2021 (PC / X360 / PS3PSP)

Ubisoft­’s rea­son for shut­ting down these ser­vices that only have a small audi­ence is a “nec­es­sary” step to allow its IT and ser­vice staff to “focus on deliv­er­ing great online expe­ri­ences to the vast major­i­ty of cus­tomers who are play­ing new­er, more pop­u­lar titles.”