Ubisoft’s uPlay launcher has been hacked by Russian hackers, allowing them to download the service’s games for free. Their software tricks the launcher into thinking the user already owns a particular game, allowing them to download it for offline play and bypassing the uPlay DRM security measures.
An image, published by Gameranx, shows the client downloading Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – which appears to already be on the servers as a 3051mb file. The game won’t be out officially until it’s release – May 1st. This is funny.