Ubisoft Celebrates Two of its Classic Games with December Giveaways
Ubisoft is celebrating the ten years releases of two of its best known classic games: Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag and World in Conflict on Uplay PC for free. Players is making the two games available from December 4 (9 AM PST) through on December 11 (2 AM PST), gamers will be able to download World in Conflict and its expansion (Soviet Assault) for free, while Assassin’s Creed game, will be able to get Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag for free from December 12 (6 AM PST) through December 18 (2 AM PST). The company specifies that the download must take place on its website for the players to keep and play whenever they like.
The company describes the games as follow:
Developed by Ubisoft Massive, World in Conflict is an RTS set in an alternative history in which the Soviet Union invades the United States in the late 1980s. You play the role of an American commander tasked with marshaling air and ground units in skirmishes ranging across the U.S. (and into the U.S.S.R. in the Soviet Assault expansion). Learn the strengths and weaknesses of your armies, then leverage them as you wage war on destructible battlefields in the solo campaign or in online multiplayer.
In Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, you are Edward Kenway, a pirate out to make a name for himself on the tumultuous Caribbean seas by sailing your ship among the isles in search of plunder, attacking enemy vessels, and diving below the waves for lost treasures. Become embroiled in the conflicts of the era and discover your connection to the series’ age-old struggle between the Assassins and the Templars.
The French company with offices around the globe is best known for acclaimed video game franchises Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Just Dance, Prince of Persia, Rayman, and Tom Clancy’s.
Gamasutra reported that Ubisoft (EPA: UBI) placed 5th in its Earnings report roundup: Game industry winners and losers in Q2 2017, with Nintendo as number one.
Since French accounting law requires Ubisoft to disclose its profits at the end of its fiscal year, the company will be obligated to divulge more financial information next April.
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