Assassin’s Creed 2 will be allowed to all PC players starting Tuesday, April 14, as indicated by a report from the German website Mydealz (spotted by Twitter user Daniel Ahmad).
Ubisoft has been parting with free games the entire month as a significant aspect of its Play Apart Together activity, a push to help engage those who are stuck indoors because of continuous coronavirus lockdowns. It’s as of now given out Rayman Legends and keeping in mind that it’s yet to declare anything authoritatively, it would bode well for Ubisoft to give out one of the Assassin’s Creed games.
Assuming this Assassin’s Creed 2 giveaway is genuine, it will presumably work like the Rayman Legends complimentary gift. Starting April 14, you’ll have a couple of days – at a guess, until Friday, April 17, or somewhere in the vicinity – to download the game for nothing through Uplay. You need to guarantee Play Apart Together games during their free window to profit by their discount; however, once you do, you can keep and play them until the end of time.
Notwithstanding Assassin’s Creed 2 being free, it would appear that Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, the other two games in the Ezio set of three, will be intensely discounted on Uplay. These discounts will presumably be accessible for the same timeframe as the complimentary gift itself, yet we can’t be sure. Once more, these deals stay unsubstantiated, yet they’re an entirely safe wagered. Regardless, we’ll see if they’re genuine (and worldwide, critically) tomorrow.
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