You won’t want to leave the house with these free games from Ubisoft

Among the main measures to avoid the worsening of the epidemic of coronavirus, authorities around the world have been ordered to stay at home. In countries like the united States, approximately three out of every four persons must do so to prevent the spread of the pathogen, which accounted for almost 900,000 infected and nearly 45,000 casualties at the close of this edition.

To make social isolation a little more bearable, the giant of the video games, Ubisoft has provided several of its free games, in addition to tests no cost and discounts.

“We’ve put together a series of offers, trials and discounts for a month to help all those who follow the instructions of the health authorities to stay at home”, stated the company through its web site.

“If you need a way to keep you active, socialize with friends at a distance or simply entertain us, we want to help”, he added.

The company started with the free delivery of your platform game Rayman Legends for PC through Uplay, its digital platform. You have until Friday 3rd April to enjoy the adventures of Rayman, Globox, the Tiny and the Dreamer of Bubbles without spending a single dollar.

Appeared in 2011 for the PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita, Windows, Mac, and Nintendo 3DS, is a game listed with so much content, “what will you play for a long, long time,” according to the analysis carried out by Digital Trends.

Chess Royale and Rabbids Coding are two other games from Ubisoft that at the close of this edition is offered free of charge.

The company, with headquarters in Paris said that in the coming days and weeks plans to launch more offers, and free trials of some of its franchises more popular, as Assassin’s Creed and Just Dance. Therefore, the recommendation is to continue visiting your website to not miss out on the latest news and offers.

“We encourage everyone to play together, play your part and play at home,” said Ubisoft, in his message to the fans of digital entertainment.

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