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An interview on Eurogamer.net talking with Ubisoft's Chris Early offers hope that Ubisoft is taking a different view on digital rights management from the outlook that inspired them to create the strictest DRM scheme in the game industry. Chris talks about the addition of value as a way of combating piracy, though some of his comments on this value seem focused on the cloud, which doesn't seem that separated from online DRM. He does, however indicate a shifting position, and while he doesn't promise DRM-free titles from Ubisoft just yet, he doesn't rule them out for the future:
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