All Ubisoft PC games will be free for one month

Ubisoft game subscription service Ubisoft+ will be free for PC for one month. The publisher announced that UbisoftMore will be free until October 10 during the Ubisoft Forward event. So gamers will be playing games from popular franchises like Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed, and Ghost Recon for free over the coming month. Ubisoft says it also includes new day one releases, premium editions, exclusive DLC rewards, and more.

Ubisoft Plus offers over 100 PC games for free

PC players who wish to participate in this campaign must download Ubisoft Connect, a special game launcher for Ubisoft. Additionally, you must enter a payment method and create a Ubisoft+ Account. When your 30-day free trial ends, if you have not canceled it, your subscription will automatically renew and you will be charged.

Ubisoft offers a free trial for the Multi-Access tier, which costs $18 per month. Also, the monthly cost for PC Access is $15.

You can play popular titles like Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion or Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 for a month with Ubisoft+. Also included in the campaign, which runs until October 10, 2022, are people who already have an active subscription.

It is to highlight that Ubisoft+ is a subscription service that can only be used on PC. So Xbox and PlayStation players are unfortunately not included in this campaign. However, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can access the Ubisoft+ catalog as part of the Microsoft and Ubisoft partnership.

“Play your favorite franchises, challenge yourself and your friends, or create new worlds on PC with Ubisoft+,” the publisher said at the Forward event. “[It] including new day one releases, exclusive premium edition DLC rewards and more.

On the other hand, Skull & Bones, a naval adventure of ship combat, will be released in the fall of 2022. Thus, it will only be accessible on November 8, unless you have a premium subscription to UbisoftMore.

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