Get Beyond Good & Evil for Free on PC Right Now

Ubisoft has made Beyond Good & Evil free on PC as part of its 30th anniversary celebration.

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    Ubisoft has been giving away a free PC game every month since June, and now players can grab Beyond Good & Evil at no cost. The beloved action-adventure game was announced as October's free game earlier this month.

    To claim your digital copy, visit the Ubisoft Club page on the company's website, click "Get the Game Now," and log into or create a UPlay account. After that, you can launch UPlay, download and install your game, and start playing.

    A sequel to Beyond Good & Evil has been teased over the past couple weeks by creator Michel Ancel. He's posted several images of concept art, including ones that feature a bearded man with a young pig, an anthropomorphic shark, and a rhinoceros with dreadlocks. Ubisoft confirmed the sequel is in development last week.

    "If you've been waiting for news about BG&E ... Well here you go! We are delighted to confirm that Michel Ancel is currently working with the Ubisoft Montpellier studio on a new Beyond Good & Evil game," Ubisoft announced.

    The original Beyond Good & Evil was remastered and released on Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2011. The original received a score of 8.3/10 in GameSpot's review. Critic Jeff Gerstmann concluded, "While the game's repetitive nature and short length take away from its overall impact, Beyond Good & Evil is a fantastic-looking game that tells its story well. It may be short enough to rent and complete in a day or two, but fans of action adventure games will find enough to love in the game's overall design to make it worth purchasing."

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