Watch Dogs 2 Discussion
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Well, you have to admit, that CH is about the white-hat cheating in single player ...
Most of the time ...
Make no mistake, companies like Blizard and UBI would like nothing better than to put CH out of business, and why? Because they want to sell it to you themselves, a digital crumb at a time. You see the wonderful peeps here at CH will sell you a life time sub, all for one price, every trainer they make at your finger tips for one low price. These other companies want you paying ten times that for a crumb of what CH offers.
Make no mistake, its coming, ever since that first employee figured out you can financially screw over your customer base by selling them 1,000 credits for the oh so low price of 19.99 its been coming, and when it does it will be a sad day indeed.
Seems it is worse then we thought. As in the other thread it seems the anti-cheat is in the singleplayer. Glad I didn't pre-order this.
I thank you very much for your answer, before.
We also have to keep in mind that that market strategy relies on a large number of one's "friends" also having, or having an interest in, that game. And then they're only further fragmenting they're demographic.
@Dmaki650 : Amen brother! I blocked Steam from being able to connect to the web on startup a while ago and only let it connect when I actually want to update something. After that update is done I close it out and restart it so I can truly play offline.
@Taurusplopp : Correct me if I'm wrong but the bulk of a given game's EULA isn't actually legally binding, especially in places like the US and EU. Granted, the companies still own all the IP rights but they can't legally determine how you play the game after you buy it.
@Loki1147 : Yeah, but unless PC gaming dies out that won't happen to the extent you're envisioning simply because of the countermeasures someone on a PC can employ to circumvent a given company's "safeguards". On consoles this is much harder to do, as you've pointed out, but PCs have a much wider scope of operation and operational freedom than consoles do and are inherently more open. Granted, that's as long as you're not on a consumer edition of Win10, which itself is a vision of locked down PCs.
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