Assassin's Creed Discovery Tour is available for free

Assassin’s Creed educational tours of Ancient Greece and Egypt for free - Greek City Times

Well, Ubisoft - the developers of the Assassin's Creed franchise - announced that it's offering Discovery Tour free for both Origins and Odyssey starting today.

Ubisoft also mentioned in this earnings call that the company looks set to release all these games on time (i.e before March 31, 2021), but there could be delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Players with a Uplay account (or who sign up for one for free), can redeem a copy of Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt and Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece on PC.

Now, you can get two of the Assassin's Creed Discovery Tours free simply by popping on over to Uplay. You'll bounce between checkpoint, reading encyclopedia entries, and learning more about the cultures of ancient Egypt and Greece.

"The idea is to be able to share the entire world, without heavy narrative or fight controls that would be a barrier", creative director Jean Guesdon says in the Origins Discovery Tour launch trailer. It's essentially a guided virtual museum tour.

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"We're really proud of the Discovery Tours and their capacity to make history accessible, immersive, and fun".

Video games can sometimes be more than what they seem. But there's very little "gameplay", per se, and you can see a lot of the same sights by playing through the regular story campaigns in Origins and Odyssey.

You can download Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece from Ubisoft's website here.

Are Ubisoft's Discovery Tours free? On the other hand, it's something potentially interesting to play, and if you don't get it now, you'll have to pay for it later.

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