Get playing any Tom Clancy games you have in your backlog from the Xbox 360 days, as Ubisoft has confirmed it will be closing down the servers for multiple games at some point this year.
The news was spotted on Resetera, and highlights that three Tom Clancy titles across the Xbox systems will be closing up shop sometime between now and year’s end. The full list of affected Xbox titles consists of:
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2
There’s no confirmed time frame on when these games will be closing their servers, but if you’re looking to grab some last minute achievements, take a screenshot of your stats, or want to experience the incredible casino map from Rainbow Six Vegas again - now is the time.
Along with these servers shutting down, any unlocked content will “be disabled, meaning that you will no longer be able to unlock them”, and it’s advised any in-game currencies are used as soon as possible. It’s also worth mentioning that Ubisoft is shutting down a whole list of PC titles, too. So if you happen to jump between platforms, it’s worth while checking the full details of all the games on the Ubisoft website.
Will you be giving these games one last hoorah before the multiplayer is gone? Let us know in the comments below.