SEGA has posted a lengthy article regarding the DRM system that will be implemented for Obsidian Entertainment’s hotly anticipated action espionage RPG, Alpha Protocol. More after the jump.
SEGA has posted a lengthy article regarding the DRM system that will be implemented for Obsidian Entertainment’s hotly anticipated action espionage RPG, Alpha Protocol. Acording to the blog post:
The system chosen for Alpha Protocol is Uniloc: SoftAnchor. The system will allow the user to activate Alpha Protocol online immediately out of the box and once activated the user never needs to worry about activating again. The activation can be used on a limited amount of PCs, and can be deactivated through our online servers allowing the user full control over their license – should they need to re-install, swap machines or suffer a catastrophic hardware failure on their normal PC.
In the future, SEGA will be releasing an unprotected patch of the game to alleviate any fears of not being able to play the game when the Uniloc servers won’t be around anymore. We also do not use Steamworks – the Steam released version will use Uniloc DRM.
Alpha Protocol will be out on June 1, 2010 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. You can read more details about the DRM including the lengthy FAQ posted by SEGA at the source link below.
Via [SEGA Blog]