Ubisoft Store Latest News & Updates: The Store Offers Buy One Get One Free Games Like 'Assassin's Creed Syndicate' and More
People may still have a Turkey dinner hangover until now. Thanksgiving could be tiring with all those preparations for a get-together with family and friends but Black Friday is not over just yet as Ubisoft Store is still offering great deals including popular games like "Assassin's Creed Syndicate" for everyone's enjoyment.
According to PC Gamer, purchasing the PC game "Dishonored 2" or preordering "Watch Dogs 2" will include a free game of any four Ubisoft big releases from the past two years. The standard editions of "Rainbow Six Siege", "Far Cry Primal", "The Division" and "Assassin's Creed Syndicate" are the four big titles that Ubisoft Store made available to choose from.
The games that can be purchased or preorder at Ubisoft Store in completing the deal with a free game are "Battlefield 1", "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided", "Dishonored 2", "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition" and "FIFA 17". Another set of games are "For Honor", "Ghost Recon Wildlands", "South Park: The Fractured But Whole", "Steep", "Titanfall 2" and "Watch Dogs 2".
To take advantage of Ubisoft Store's gaming deal, buyers should add the new games in the cart including the chosen free game. The deal runs until Sunday, Nov. 27.
Furthermore, "The Divison" scored 68 in PC Gamer's review where James Davenport dubbed the game as a challenging co-op cover shooter and a stunning open world weakened by bloated and needless RPG tropes. He also gave a score of 90 to "Rainbow Six Siege", which he called the game as an accessible and deeply fulfilling shooter that loots planning and teamwork over a quick trigger finger.
In its review, "Far Cry Primal" got a score of 79 where Andy Kelly said that the game is a very decent Far Cry game but its handful of indisputably fun, original ideas are outshined by an overruling feeling of familiarity. Lastly, "Assassin's Creed Syndicate" received a score of 66 in PC Gamer's review, which Chris Livingston concluded that the new toys and firm characters made the Creed formula all freshen up but only for a while.