Following a current tweet about Ubisoft’s accounts being closed on account of inactivity (see under), which has brought about many to fret about their sport libraries, the writer has clarified its account deletion coverage. He advised IGN that he does not delete accounts which have bought video games, though he does delete inactive ones below the EU’s Common Information Safety Common (GDPR).
Along with regulating how lengthy corporations can preserve an individual’s info, the coverage protects towards fraud. When trying into deleting an account, a number of standards are thought-about, together with exercise since creation, sport libraries (reiterating that any title you bought meant you are not eligible), an energetic membership, and size of inactivity.
It additionally lately launched a rule that accounts inactive for lower than 4 years weren’t topic to deletion. If a person receives an electronic mail concerning the impending deletion of their account, they will log again in and use a hyperlink to reactivate it. So no, you will not lose all of your Ubisoft video games if inactive. Go right here for extra particulars on Ubisoft’s coverage.
UBISOFT closes your account for those who do not log in for some time.
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