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Ubisoft to Share Free Assassin's Creed II Next Week!

Ubisoft will be making Assassin's Creed II free starting next week

Assassin’s Creed is one of the popular franchises made by Ubisoft that puts forward past assassins based on existing history. Talking about this, the world is currently being hit by the Corona virus pandemic which has a major impact on the Game Industry and also makes most people have to stay at home for an undetermined period of time. Therefore, Ubisoft also seems to be participating in the fight against the corona virus by distributing the Assassin’s Creed II game for free starting next week.

A Senior Analyst Daniel Ahmad revealed the news about this in his latest Twitter tweet, which shows the Assassin’s Creed games that will be free.

The post shows that there are more additions, namely Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, both of which are offered at a discounted price.

Assassin’s Creed II itself is a game that was first released in 2009 which continues the story of Desmond Miles, a protagonist who is tasked with dismantling an ancient conspiracy by living through the memories of his past ancestors.

Ezio Auditore da Firenze is also included, he is a nobleman during the Italian Renaissance who wants to take revenge for the murder of his father by the hands of the Templars.

Well, this game which has a very interesting storyline and is titled open-world is a pity for you to miss. You can claim Assassin’s Creed II via Uplay starting from Tuesday next week or April 14.

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