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Ubisoft is giving away the PC version of Child of Light. From March 24, the role-playing game can be downloaded for free for a few days via UPlay and permanently linked to the game library. Players will also get free access to Assassin's Creed Odyssey this weekend. So you can test the action role-playing game without obligation. If you get a taste for it, you can secure the unlimited full version currently on offer. Rabbids Coding is also freely available.

"For everyone who is currently looking for some fun and entertainment, we are happy if our games can make a small contribution to bringing joy, distraction and togetherness into the lives of the players," publisher tells Ubisoft. As part of the campaign, the French publisher is distributing the PC version of Child of Light free of charge. The adventure can be downloaded free of charge from Uplay on March 24th to 28th (2 p.m.) and permanently linked to the game library. In our Child of Light test you read all the details of the picturesque role-playing game.

In addition, is currently running "Free Weekend" to Assassin's Creed Odyssey. The action role-playing game can be tried out for free on PC, PS4 and Xbox One over the coming days. The unlimited full version is currently on offer. Next weekend, Ghost Recon Breakpoint will be playable for free on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC via Uplay.

Rabbids Cading is also freely available. The title conveys the basics of programming in a playful way. Your job is to clean up a spaceship overrun by Rabbids. "For parents who are trying to keep their children busy outside of school, this is an entertaining tool to learn the basics of programming," said the publisher. On a Overview page shows Ubisoft Information about Free Weekends, free games and trial versions.

A picturesque adventure: Ubisoft's fairytale 2D role-playing game Child of Light in the test video

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