Ubisoft's uPlay Service Hacked, 'Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon' Hits Torrent Sites

By Luke Caulfield , Updated Apr 09, 2013 04:02 PM EDT

A crew of Russian hackers have managed to get through the security of Ubisoft's uPlay server, giving them free access to games, which has led to the latest game, "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon," now being distributed across various torrents online, reports Eurogamer.

Apparently the hack manages to trick uPlay into thinking users already own a particular game, making it available to download at no cost and with no DRM. The game was originally scheduled to release on Xbox 360 in May.

"Weighing in at 3051mb, the game is complete in a fully playable state and is only available through use of the hack," reports GameRanx. At the time of this writing, Ubisoft has not yet patched the exploit, and has not commented on the issue, although expect them to drop the hammer fairly quickly.

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