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  • Hellview_Ln
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    hi, i played the hell out of conviction when it came out, i still have the disk/key, but my new pc. i didn't put a blue ray/dvd drive into it, cause honestly, just didn't have a spot for it in my case, wasn't meant for drives in the front, it's a glass case or w/e, but more importantly,

    i recently was forced to install the UBISOFT launcher for farcry 5 and 6, says i've been apart of the community for 11 years, so i assume at least watchdogs , which is showing up, might be the game it is recognizing , but i don't see SC C, i was thinking about re installing it, cause i just have fun with that one, sam fisher is the shiznit in it, i saw a dlc for it for 99 cents, i never had for more content as well. and just trying to figure out, which platform for ubitsoft that game, if bought at launch, along with a key being a physical copy of the game, "i faintly remember reinstalling it years back and just asking for the key" , but not making me use a Ubisoft account i could be wrong,

    Rocksteady, lucasarts, and other physical copies of offline mainly played titles like batman Arkham asylum/city it just has a key, and i know its a different company, all that just automatically was picked up by steam when i added the games to my 17 year old steam account, and never lost any arkham titles, Just cause 2, even lego star wars i think.. anyone else buy splinter cell conviction around launch, a physical copy, and install it within the last 5 years, if so, or if any knowledge could help pls. would appreciate

    Thank you
    Hellview_Ln

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