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Assassin's Creed Discovery Tours are free for a limited time

Assassin's Creed Discovery Tours are free for a limited time

Although Assassin´s Creed II copies have been handed out for free in the last few weeks, Ubisoft seems to be immersed in the marketing campaign for Assassin's Creed Valhalla right now. The "gameplay" video has been a hot topic among the players for a while and the French company has followed it with a stream of pieces of information that reveal different features of the game. Now, they seem to be wanting to change the subject and move on to different things, maybe to definitely leave the gameplay matter behind. Ubisoft has announced that the educational tours of Assassin's Creed Origins and Assassin's Creed Odyssey are available for free.



You can claim both of them without having to pay until May 21. All you have to do is visiting Ubisoft's website dedicated to free events on this address and you will be able to claim your copies of the Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece Discovery Tours. Although these are not free games they will allow you to freely explore the world of the games without limits. Both tours include guides that will reveal historical aspects of the place you visit, but they also include quizzes that will test your knowledge and the possibility of unlocking several cosmetic elements.



Join a journey of discovery like you have never experienced before and learn about the culture, traditions, philosophy, and daily life of two of the most important civilizations in the history of humankind. You will discover ancient Egypt and Greece in an interactive experience that is much better than visiting a museum and that will help you to understand the kind of work that lies behind the development of the games in the Assassin's Creed series.

If after experiencing the tours you feel the need to play any Assassin's Creed game, you can find the best price to buy them all in our comparator.


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