Assassin's Creed® III (PC) - Free Via Ubisoft Club

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To celebrate Ubisoft's 30th anniversary, The Ubisoft Club is offering you seven digital PC games.
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Created in Ubisoft Montreal, Assassin’s Creed is Ubisoft’s biggest franchise ever.

Revealed at E3 2006, Assassin’s Creed puts the audience in the middle of an ancient war between two age old factions: the Assassins, who fight to protect free and the Templars, who aspire to impose a New World Order.

Throughout history, these two groups have been fighting for the fate of humanity. In the Present, the Templars are close to realizing their dream of dominion by using ancient artifacts known collectively as Pieces of Eden. Among other things, these artifacts have the power to influence the human mind and control the masses.

With the development of the Animus, a device that allows for the projection of genetic memories buried deep within a subject’s DNA, Abstergo Industries —a Templar front—has been abducting people in the hopes of locating these lost artifacts.

From Italian Renaissance to the Russian Revolution, the player meets real historical heroes, take part to event and shapes its own destiny. From one episode to the other, the creative teams have constantly added new layers of interactions and new gameplays making each world deeper and more fascinating.

Today we offer you the Assassin’s Creed III, the game where as a Native American assassin, you experience the truth behind the most gruesome war in history: the American Revolution.


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    I kept getting login failed on ubisoft, then it blocked my account. Ill try again later.

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    Same here. It's a terrible, terrible game anyway. Awful combat mechanics and mundane parkour gameplay. Finished AC2 reluctantly, but couldn't get through more than 3 hours of AC3 as it felt like the same game with a different skin.

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    Yeah i never got into this series. might give 2 a go sometime though.

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      If I remember right, AC3 includes the native american parts (interesting, but slow paced. It gets treated much like your boat in blackflag, with upgrades etc), it felt like a different game to the other assassins creed in the series, much like black flag did. I remember it being drawn out, and wouldn't recommend if you're looking to try the game for the first time.