Rock, Paper, Shotgun has word from Ubisoft that the Windows PC edition of Assassin's Creed Revelations will not suffer with Ubi's "always-on" DRM, which requires an ongoing connection to the internet to play. This is welcome news that hopefully signals a shift away from this widely despised scheme. In other Assassin's Creed Revelations news, below are the official launch trailer for the stealth/action sequel as well as a "Life in Constantinople" trailer, which "showcases Constantinople, the Crossroads of the World." As before, we've been instructed to hide these clips from delicate eyes.
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