April 13, 2020

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Play Your Part, Play at Home – Assassin’s Creed II Free on Uplay

Our month-long series of free offers has already featured such titles as Rayman Legends and Child of Light, and now you can get yourself a copy of Assassin’s Creed II completely free from April 14 to April 17. Don’t miss out on diving into Ezio’s original adventure

Join Ezio Auditore da Firenze, a Florentine nobleman, on his journey through Renaissance Italy to unravel a growing conspiracy. Forced to witness the deaths of his family at the hands of a corrupt regime, Ezio takes on the role of a young Assassin, leaving everything behind to exact revenge on the mysterious and secretive Templar order. If you’ve never played before, or even if you have and just want to relive the story and world, now’s your chance.

We are dedicated to supporting everyone at home with free content to entertain and educate. To learn more about the real-life setting and history of Assassin’s Creed II, check out our Real History series, in which we dive into the architecture, culture, and history behind Assassin’s Creed games. Don’t forget to stay tuned for more offers, and visit our Free Content website to see what else is available. Stay safe, play your part, and play at home.

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