Ubisoft Is Giving Away Three Games For Free

Ubisoft is giving away three games for free this December and players can add these games such as World in Conflict, Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, and Watch Dogs to their library. The company is known to offer older games up for free from time to time on their Uplay store, which includes some of the biggest titles.

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To claim the free games, go to Ubisoft’s Happy Playdays page here to claim the three games. The giveaways will last till December 23, 10am UTC. Be sure to register for an account if you do not have a Uplay account before.

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