Ubisoft Latest News & Updates: Ubi 30 Offers All Seven Titles Including 'Assassin's Creed 3' That Were Given Free in the Past Few Months, Find out How to Get Them!
Ubisoft has been giving away free games since June to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Named Ubi 30, it is currently giving seven complimentary titles until Dec. 18 for those who were not able to grab any of the titles given over the past few months.
According to PC Gamer, signing up for the Ubisoft Club, which is Ubisoft's rewards program is free and anyone who wants to sign up will automatically get the Special Weekend titles on PC such as "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time," "Tom, Clancy's Splinter Cell," "Rayman Origins," "The Crew," "Beyond Good & Evil," "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" and "Assassin's Creed 3." Each of these games was free for a month since Ubisoft started its Ubi 30 celebration in June.
Moreover, a sequel for "Beyond Good & Evil" is happening soon, which features Michel Ancel so for those who haven't experienced it, now is the time to do so before the sequel arrives. Additionally, "Assassin's Creed 3" is the final title that Ubisoft is giving away. However, if gamers don't want to take advantage of Ubisoft's Special Weekend, "Assassin's Creed 3" is still up for grab at least until the end of December, reports Polygon.
Ubisoft is a video game publisher headquartered in Rennes, France best known for developing numerous acclaimed video games franchises including the seven big titles that are given away for free this weekend. The company also developed "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon," "Just Dance," "Watch Dogs" and more. As of 2016, Ubisoft made a total revenue of €2,984.786 million.
Five brothers of the Guillemot family, Christian, Claude, Gerard, Michel and Yves founded Ubisoft in March 1986 in France. To distribute their games throughout France, CEO Yves Guillemot made deals with MicroPose, Sierra On-Line and Electronics Arts and after ten years, Ubisoft started its expansion to other markets, which includes the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom.