Ubisoft Connect's New Chat App Will Fully Encrypt Your Convos: Here are Other Details
(Photo : Screenshot from Twitter post of @UbisoftConnect') Ubisoft Connect's New Chat App Will Fully Encrypt Your Convos: Here are Other Details
Ubisoft Connect's New Chat App Will Fully Encrypt Your Convos: Here are Other Details
(Photo : Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images) A participant sits at a computer monitor to play a video game at the 2019 DreamHack video gaming festival on February 15, 2019 in Leipzig, Germany. The three-day event brings together gaming enthusiasts mainly from German-speaking countries for events including eSports tournaments, cosplay contests and a LAN party with 1,500 participants.

Ubisoft confirmed that its Connect will receive a new chat app that will fully encrypt your conversations.

Aside from this, the giant game publisher also announced that the popular Ubisoft Connect will also have new advanced features that will further enhance your online experience.

Ubisoft Connect's New Chat App Will Fully Encrypt Your Convos: Here are Other Details
(Photo : Screenshot from Twitter post of @UbisoftConnect')
Ubisoft Connect's New Chat App Will Fully Encrypt Your Convos: Here are Other Details

If you have no idea what is Ubisoft Connect, this is a company's multiplayer and communications service. It was specifically designed to provide an experience similar to the achievements or other rewards offered by other giant game publishers and developers.

"Since launch, we've been working towards delivering one global ecosystem across all platforms," said Ubisoft.

"As part of this, we made the tough decision to remove chat from the PC overlay as we went back to the drawing board to revamp the service from the ground up in order to align with the rest of the Ubisoft Connect experience," added the giant game publisher.

Ubisoft Connect's New Advanced Features

Right now, Ubisoft is releasing some updates for its game products, such as the popular "Assassin's Creed Valhalla." But, the giant game publisher said that it is now focusing on its Connect multiplayer service.

Ubisoft Connect's New Chat App Will Fully Encrypt Your Convos: Here are Other Details
(Photo : Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)
A participant sits at a computer monitor to play a video game at the 2019 DreamHack video gaming festival on February 15, 2019 in Leipzig, Germany. The three-day event brings together gaming enthusiasts mainly from German-speaking countries for events including eSports tournaments, cosplay contests and a LAN party with 1,500 participants.

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According to The Gamer's latest report, Ubisoft Connect's new features include the latest chat app, which can encrypt user messages. Aside from this, the popular Ubisoft Connect also offers a block-user feature, reporting users, and large group chats.

On the other hand, Ubisoft also confirmed that Connect's new app will replace the current chat service offered on the platform. This means that users need to prepare for the new chat app's arrival since once it is fully established, their active chats and old conversation histories will be deleted.

Other Features That Arrived

Furthermore, Ubisoft Forums reported that the new large group chat feature will be limited to 24 members as of the moment. The giant game publisher said that this will allow them to maintain the best user experience they offer. 

However, Ubisoft said that the existing groups with less than 24 users will remain the same. This means that these groups will not have the ability to add additional members.

The group chat limitation will only apply if you don't complete the maximum number of users within 30 days. 

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