The holiday season has become merrier ever since Ubisoft announced its offer of giving away free digital copies of the top line-up of their games. The company began the distribution of its classic, real-time strategy game ‘World In Conflict.’ Following which, Ubisoft went on to distribute the open-world, action-adventure game, ‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.’ Now, it also plans on distributing its open-world action game, ‘Watch Dogs’ for free to its U-play members.
According to a report by Cinema Blend, Ubisoft plans on giving away free copies of its ‘Watch Dogs’ game. Gamers are required to download a free copy of the game during the holiday season only through their respective Ubisoft Club accounts. The main reason why the company is giving away major gaming titles for free is that the firm is celebrating its 10th-year-anniversary of both, ‘World in Conflict’ and ‘Assassin’s Creed.’
For those who aren’t aware, Assassin’s Creed has been a significant hit in the gaming community since the time it was launched back in 2007. It’s been ten years since the game incepted and there have been numerous outings of the title. It appears like the game developer decided to take optimum advantage of the gaming title by launching the most popular excursion in the series, ‘Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’ to mark their 10th-anniversary.
Apart from this, Ubisoft has also additionally launched a bonus to mark the celebration. The game developer is reportedly giving away a free copy of ‘Watch Dogs’ exclusively for Ubisoft Club members. Interested gamers can register themselves and become a Ubisoft Club member. Members can even visit the Happy Playdays web portal to gain additional information on the matter. ‘Watch Dogs’ is quickly becoming one of the most controversial gaming titles in the history.