Looking for a game for the weekend? Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China is free!

 Looking for a game for the weekend?  Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China is free!

Ubisoft is offering free copies of Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China through its Ubisoft Connect platform. PC players can thus enjoy the spinoff of one of the most popular franchises ever, just install the client and claim the copy.

It should be noted that Ubisoft’s servers are currently experiencing some technical difficulties, so you may have to insist to guarantee the right to the game. Fortunately, the offer will continue until the 16th of February.

A different way to experience an Assassin’s Creed game

In Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China we dress as Shao Jun, the ultimate member of the Chinese brotherhood. The story unfolds during the fall of the Ming Dynasty, with Jun facing the Templars in an effort to restore the brotherhood.

This is the game responsible for starting a trilogy of smaller Assassin’s Creed titles, followed by iterations taking place in India and Russia, all in 2.5D.

It is an excellent adventure, capable of guaranteeing several hours of entertainment and a different perspective on one of the most beloved modern franchises.

A good surprise for Assassin’s Creed fans

Nothing beats free, and as such this can be the perfect solution for your weekend, especially during general confinement.

Ubisoft is experiencing a period of success thanks to the launch of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, with Eivor’s adventure and context revealing to fans.

More Ubisoft games are scheduled for this year, with emphasis on Far Cry 6, which should arrive next September.

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