UPDATE: Ubisoft has told Eurogamer it is "currently investigating" the matter. ORIGINAL STORY: Ubisoft has been accused of downloading a torrented version of its own Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood soundtrack and then re-selling it as part of the Digital Deluxe Edition of the game on PC. The evidence comes from a user on Reddit, who noticed that the Digital Deluxe Edition soundtrack was encoded by "arsa13" - the same alias linked to illegal rips of the Collector's Edition soundtrack. This poses a delicious question: is Ubisoft now guilty of piracy? We've asked the publisher for an explanation. The Digital Deluxe Edition of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood arrives tomorrow. Included are two exclusive single-player maps; two multiplayer characters; one Ezio skin; a codex written by Altair (hero of Assassin's Creed 1); themed trading cards; map of Rome; a film documenting the lineage of AC; a Making Of documentary and - yes - the game's soundtrack. [/p] Source I lul'd a bit. I guess it's easier than them ripping the music themselves.