“Assassin’s Creed Odyssey” is now available for free on all platforms
Ubisoft has announced that their 2018 open-world adventure Assassin’s Creed Odyssey will be free to download and enjoy for the next few days.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is the longest game in the series. It has an epic story and a vast map. While the game’s size can sometimes detriment, there are still plenty of thrills in exploring Ancient Greece. If you haven’t had the pleasure, I highly recommend it!
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is entirely free to play from December 16th at 9 am to December 20th at 7 pm (local) If this is the case, it’s your platform of choice.
Ubisoft wrote, “hoose Your Destiny in Assassin Creed Odyssey.”You can transform Ancient Greece from an outcast into a living legend by embarking on an adventure to discover the secrets of your past.
You have to wait for the servers to open, so you wwon’twaste any time downloading the game. If you decide to purchase the game, your progress will continue after the weekend. You can rest easy knowing that you had a great weekend in Ancient Greece.
To start the AAssassin’sCreed Odyssey trial, you can go here.
Ubisoft also confirmed a new series of crossover stories, which will offer free DLC quests to bring together Assassins from the series long history.
Crossover Stories 1 and 2 are available now. They take place in AAssassin’sCreed Odyssey and AAssassin’sCreed Valhalla. This will bring Kassandra to face with Eivor.
Part 1 of the quest can be played in Odyssey. Kassandra returns to Greece to seek out a powerful Isu Artefact. As the hunt draws close, Eivor meets a more senior Kassandra in Valhalla.