Ubisoft releases free classic game on PC! Run and rescue now

This Monday, Ubisoft presented players with Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, which is now free on its official PC platform, Ubisoft Connect. Any user can redeem the title until December 6th, permanently adding it to their library.

Released in October 2015, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate was one of the last games in the franchise to focus on real-time combat from the sequels focused on RPG elements. When launched, it had the difficult mission of cleaning up the bad experience of launching Assassin’s Creed Unity.

Check out more about the title below!

remember Assassin’s Creed Syndicate

AC Syndicate is set in London in 1868, in the midst of the Industrial Revolution. The player controls twin brothers Jacob Frye and Evie Frye, two ruthless assassins specializing in parkour and hand-to-hand combat. In the plot, the duo tries to take control of the city and improve the lives of the population, freeing people from precarious working conditions.




Assassin's Creed Syndicate takes place during the Industrial Revolution in London.

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate takes place during the Industrial Revolution in London.

Photo: Ubisoft / Voxel

Each character has its own personality and can be switched whenever you want — except in some missions. While Jacob Frye has training focused on direct combat, Evie is more sneaky, but the game between the two doesn’t vary much.

How to redeem Assassin’s Creed Syndicate for free

The promotion is available from November 27th until December 6th at 10am. To secure title in your account, you must:

  1. enter no official promotion website;
  2. Click on the “Ubisoft Connect: PC” platform;
  3. Log in to your Ubisoft Connect account;
  4. Ready! The game has been added to your library.

After that, the game is available for download on Ubisoft Connect. You can play it for as long as you want.

So, are you going to take advantage of the promotion? Tell us what you think Syndicate on the social networks of Voxel!

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