Giveaway Assasins Creed 3 --- for free


Abarbarian

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(Re)discover legendary Ubisoft games on PC for free

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To celebrate Ubisoft's 30th anniversary, The Ubisoft Club is offering you seven digital PC games. Every month a new game will be revealed and free to download. Then it is yours to keep!
Hurry up, the game is available for a limited time. Just register here with your Ubisoft account.

http://assassinscree...ns-creed-3.aspx


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There’s the American Revolution you know from history books. And then there’s the revolution you’ll be fighting, set in a world that’s far more realistic, gritty, and alive than any history book ever could be.
Pursue your enemies through a massive, dynamic world whose only constant is that it’s always changing. From the legendary battlefields of Lexington and Concord and the crowded streets of Boston and New York, to the snow-covered Appalachian wilderness, you’ll wage war in a stunningly alive and open environment. Whether you’re tracking your quarry’s blood trail through freshly-fallen snow, or taking advantage of howling winds and dense fog to conceal your attack, one thing is certain: you’ve never fought this way before.


You can whistle for a horse and one will appear. Cool


The game is £15 on Steam so this is no cheap give away.
 
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I enjoyed AC3, it's definitely worth a try if you've not played any of the other AC games. Other ones in the series are better though - Black Flag was my favourite, it's an excellent game :)
 

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Looks pretty neat and I'll download it after I move. :thumb:
 
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floppybootstomp

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Got it coupla days ago.

I've never been mad keen on Assassins Creed games tbh, I already had 1, 2 and Black Flag (Free with a vid card) and none of those really appealed.

Still, can't complain for gratis, I shall give it a go.
 

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