Ubisoft is feeling the holiday spirit as the company announced that they are giving away two of their video games away completely for free. The video games are available this month only so its best that you hurry to redeem these titles before the studio pulls the plug on their availability.
With that said, it’s worth noting that these video games are available to keep forever. All you’re required to do is redeem your copy of the video game through the Ubisoft Uplay store and from there you can enjoy the two titles whenever you like.
Currently, Ubisoft is giving away their published RTS video game, World in Conflict. This title released back in 2007 and it offers a look into an alternative 1989 where the Soviet Union invades Western Europe triggering the start of World War III. A couple years later the video game received an expansion pack known as World in Conflict: Soviet Assault that adds new content such as additional campaign missions. It’s worth noting that gamers will also receive the expansion pack with the download of World in Conflict.
Alongside World in Conflict, gamers will also be able to redeem Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, an Assassin’s Creed title that took players into the Caribbean to live out a life of a pirate. Gamers can download a copy of World in Conflict right now though their ability to obtain the game for free will come to an end on December 11, 2017.
Starting on December 12, 2017, gamers can download a copy of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for free, however, the title will lose its $0.00 price tag on December 28, 2017.
For those of you who want to learn more about the free video game offers then you can head over to Ubisoft’s blog to view the announcement.
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