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Ubisoft trolls pirates with missing FOV control in Far Cry 4

Posted on Thursday, November 20 2014 @ 16:08:23 CET by


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Polygon reports Ubisoft made fun of software pirates by disabling FOV control on pirated versions of Far Cry 4. Quite a lot of players are complaining online about the lack of field of view control but it turns out Ubisoft disabled this feature via a day-one patch to troll pirates!
Developers have trolled pirates with game-crippling devices in the past. Most recently, The Sims 4 put an ever-growing pixelated blur on the screen of pirated copies. Other examples include the notorious immortal pink scorpion of Serious Sam: BFE, and Game Dev Tycoon, in which pirates have their virtual games virtually pirated until their studio goes out of business.




 



 

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