Ubisoft may be heading in the right direction with repairing their dissonant relationship with PC gamers. News has surfaced that Assassin’s Creed: Revelations for PC will not require always-on DRM.

According to Rock, Paper, Shotgun, the latest in the on-going and deeply immersive open-world assassin franchise will be absent of the digital leprosy known as DRM. PC gamers have been wise to steer clear of most always-on DRM products and instead have resorted to the pirates for game fixes that enable them to play the same products without always-on DRM.

Ubisoft confirmed to Rock, Paper, Shotgun that Assassin’s Creed: Revelations will require a one-time DRM check after you first install and boot-up the game, but after that gamers will no longer have to stay online to play offline…which is something that has baffled the patience out of me.

Anyway, at least this fall is looking rather shapely and comely for PC gamers. With Skyrim, Batman: Arkham City, Battlefield 3 and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, it would be impossible to get bored.

You can check out the official launch or pre-order the game right now from the Official Website.

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