We recently reported that Ubisoft are the latest major publisher to implement online passes in an attempt to curb used games sales. Today, they've confirmed that the codes will cost £7.99 on the Playstation Network and 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live - and will unlock both online multiplayer and "exclusive features."
It's also technically more than a pound cheaper on the Xbox 360 at the normal exchange rate (£6.80). Worth bearing in mind when you're weighing up the used vs new costs.
Naturally, new copies will ship with a Uplay Passport, and only pre-owned customers will need to fork over the asking price. The scheme is set to begin with Driver: San Francisco when it releases on September 2nd - and we'd really like to get your take on it.