Assassin's Creed Unity DLC Pass Owners Can Now Claim Their Free Game

If you bought the game's DLC pass, you can now pick up your free game.

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[UPDATE] It's since come to our attention that the free game offer's legal terms state that accepting a free title means you're agreeing not to sue Ubisoft. Read more about it here.

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Did you buy the DLC pass for Assassin's Creed Unity? If you did, you can now head to this website to claim your free game, which Ubisoft is giving you as a pre-Christmas gift in an effort to make up for the game's troubled launch.

People who bought Unity's Gold Edition, which included the DLC pass, are also eligible for a free game. Both the DLC pass and Gold Edition have been removed from sale, so it's too late to get in on the deal now. Another thing to consider is if you activated your Unity DLC pass after November 25, you'll face a delay of up to ten days before your account may be recognized at the redemption site.

If you're eligible for a free game, your options include:

The free game offer is valid through March 15, 2015.

Players who didn't buy Unity's DLC pass or Gold Edition are also getting free content in the form of the Dead Kings expansion, which was previously going to be included with the DLC pass. Ubisoft has not yet announced when this expansion will be released, but everyone will get it free when the day comes.

For more, check out GameSpot's Assassin's Creed Unity review.

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