For a short time, Ubisoft is distributing the full version of Assassin's Creed 2 for free. If you have not yet linked the current free game to your UPlay account, you should hurry: The action adventure is only available until 3 p.m. free of charge. Ubisoft has been giving away the PC version of Assassin's Creed 2 since April 14th. The publisher had previously distributed the PC version of Rayman Legends to all players. The company announced deals, trials and gifts for April.
Ubisoft is giving it away PC version of Assassin's Creed 2. If you have not yet linked the free full version to your UPlay account, you should hurry: the promotion ends at 3 p.m. So you only have a few hours left to link the action adventure to your profile for free. The free distribution started on April 14th. If you connect the full version to your UPlay account within the campaign period, you will then have permanent access to the full version – and can play as often as you like.
In our big one Assassin's Creed 2 review you read all the details. A Complete solution for AC2 we also have ready. The solution includes tips on the glyphs and assassin tombs. Assassin's Creed 2 follows Rayman Legends. Ubisoft had distributed the outstanding Jump and Run to all PC players with an UPlay account earlier this month. It is not yet known whether further free games will follow. Ubisoft had for April announced a large-scale gift campaign.
Players are currently testing the full version of Starlink: Battle for Atlas Digital Edition on Xbox One. Finally, the racing game The Crew 2 was also free to try. Current deals holds Ubisoft in its online shop ready. We keep you up to date in our news area. The Full version of Assassin's Creed 2 you secure yourself on a specially designed website. Alternatively, you can search for the PC game in the UPlay client – and add it to your game library. (buy now for € 2.99)
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