Last Free Ubisoft PC Game Revealed, Here's When and How You Can Get It
Assassin's Creed III closes out Ubisoft's free game campaign.
Ubisoft has announced the next PC game it's giving away as part of its 30th anniversary celebration. 2012's Assassin's Creed III be free through Ubisoft's Uplay service starting on December 7, the publisher announced on Twitter today.
It will be the last game that Ubisoft gives away as part of the promotion, which began in June. The previous freebies were Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (June), Splinter Cell (July), Rayman Origins (August), The Crew (September), Beyond Good & Evil (October), and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (November).
GameSpot's Assassin's Creed III review scored it an 8/10.
"Assassin's Creed III is a big game that gives you a lot to do, some of which is fleshed out relatively well, and some of which isn't. It is not, however, content to rest on the series' laurels. It takes chances with its opening, with its story, and with its characters. It expands the series' gameplay in enjoyable and sensible ways," reviewer Kevin VanOrd said.
Ubisoft was founded in 1986. The company is currently fighting to preserve its independence, as media conglomerate Vivendi--which formerly owned Activision Blizzard--buys more and more shares.
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