uPlay Exploit Allows Players To Download Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

By   /   Apr 9, 2013

Hackers have reportedly taken use of a vulnerability in Ubisoft’s uPlay service, ultimately allowing users to download free games from the servers, including the yet to be seen and announced Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.

A software developed by the hackers tricks uPlay into thinking that the user already owns games which in actuality they haven’t purchased. Once accessed, these games can then be played offline as well by bypassing uPlay DRM.

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon weighs in at 3051MB and is said to be fully playable.

Source. Gameranx

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