Ubisoft...sells..pirated version of it's OST for AC:Brotherhood

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Jun 9, 2009
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There is so much fail with this.

Ubisoft stands accused of torrenting its own music in order to compile an official soundtrack for the digital deluxe edition of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.

According to Reddit, the soundtrack's MP3s were first encoded as FLAC files by someone who goes by the name of arsa13. This information points one to the logical conclusion that somebody at Ubisoft decided to torrent the soundtrack and convert the tunes to MP3s, rather than use the original source files.

The best thing about all this is the fact that Ubisoft has come under fire for its oppressive DRM measures and has made no secret about its commitment to combating software piracy. That it has been caught potentially pirating its own material is quite, quite funny.

Ubisoft is apparently looking into the matter. It's also building a big glass house to throw stones in.
I mean the yahd the Master files, the original recordings, right? Why on Earth would they a version a user made, even if they are FLAC quality...it just seems...well, lazy as ****, and abit worrisome.

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