Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is going trending these days because it will launch as a starting title for next-generation consoles. This game is going to launch at the end of this year and a surprise for Christmas but there we have something interesting for you. If you find this weekend free and want to release some office load, you can enjoy Assassins Creed Origins for two days for free. This game will be available for free from 19 June to 21 June to PC players, and you can download it from the Uplay store.
Assassins Creed Origin is an RGP style open-world game with all of the Assassins Creed mechanics. The game is set in ancient Egypt, so it’s a good time to go back into history, kill a bunch of NPC and enjoy the open world of this game. Back in 2018, just before the release of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, this game got three major DLCs expansion with which you can extend the story. Personally, it’s one of the best games I’ve played in its time, and I was amazed by its graphics and game mechanics. All those who like to play ancient theme games, I would recommend giving it a try.
All users looking to download this game can go to the Uplay website, and you have to download their launcher or client. After installing that, create an account on the site if you don’t have one, and want for 9 am 19 June 2020. The game will be available for48 Hours, so I recommend you not miss time and enjoy this fantastic masterpiece. If you are interested in taking part in this trial, you can now preload the game from their client and can play it from 19 June.
If you joined this trial program and played it, all of your progress will be saved in your Uplay account, and if you bought this game in the future, you could play it from where you end. All users who didn’t have a chance to play this Egyptian theme game or missed it for some reason can try this for free now, and here is a perfect time. In the 2019-2020 earning report by Ubisoft, we can see that it’s the 11th most sold game by this company and for current generation consoles and PC Platform.
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