Following the disastrous Notre Dame Cathedral fire, a free copy of Assassin's Creed Unity is up for grabs for a limited time, courtesy of Ubisoft.
An important piece of history, the Notre Dame Cathedral, caught fire on April 15 and while it wasn't lost completely, a large piece of it has been destroyed.
France vowed to rebuild and fix the cathedral while Ubisoft offered to foot some of the bill, pledging more than $500,000 to go towards the reconstruction.
In solidarity with everyone moved by Monday's events we’re donating to the restoration of Notre-Dame & giving you the chance to play @AssassinsCreed Unity on Uplay for free.— Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) April 17, 2019
Assassin's Creed Unity, the 2014 entry in the long-running franchise, features a complete digital recreating of the famed cathedral and it's available to players for free for a limited time.
By following this link to Ubisoft's website, players can claim a free copy of Unity beginning April 17 and running until April 25 at 3am local time.
This offer is only available to UPlay members on PC so grabbing a PS4 or Xbox One copy of the game is out of the question.
Once you claim your copy, it will remain in your library forever, even after the offer expires so there's not really any reason not to take Ubisoft up on this offer if you don't already own the game.
Assassin's Creed Unity was the first entry to release for the current generation of consoles and was the first to be set during the events of the French Revolution.
It proved to be a divisive entry in the franchise, at it sits at a 70 on Metacritic for PS4. It was heavily criticized upon launch for the vast array of bugs, lack of innovation and weak controls.
Those problems have since been cleaned up so now would be an excellent time to give it a try.
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