May 10, 2019

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Ubisoft Club – Rainbow Six and Division 2 Rewards Top April

Every month, the Ubisoft Club highlights the best content, challenges, and features tackled by players across our games. Here's a look at April's action.

What's New?

Anno 1800 lets players lead the Industrial Revolution

Every decent city needs a spectacular statue to guard its gates, and we've got the perfect one for you: the Lion Statue. Unlock it, along with more Rewards, via the Ubisoft Club website or mobile app: https://club.ubisoft.com/game/anno-1800/rewards

APRIL'S FAVORITE CLUB REWARDS

Agents and Operators were April's most active players. The Division 2 players redeemed the Specialized MPX SMG to secure Washington, DC, whereas Rainbow Six Siege players downloaded the Operation Burnt Horizon fan kit to enjoy a collection of HD art, maps, and more, perfectly suited for use as new desktop wallpapers.

After the fire at Notre-Dame de Paris, Ubisoft temporarily made Assassin's Creed Unity free on PC via Uplay. More than 3 million players joined the Brotherhood and experienced the city of Paris in 1789; that's 1 million more than the current Parisian population! The streets will be crowded, and rewards will be redeemed.

"Welcome to Club" from Assassin's Creed Unity was also the most-completed Classic Challenge of the month.

April Weekly Challenges

Three million Operators from Rainbow Six Siege (all platforms combined) celebrated April Fools' Day by completing its dedicated challenge.

Players unlocked a Rainbow is Magic pack to get exclusive items that were all about toys, unicorns, and tactical cuteness, including full BDUs and headgear for Blackbeard, Smoke, Tachanka, and Montagne.

Want to stay up to date with your favorite Ubisoft games? Go to https://club.ubisoft.com, or download the Ubisoft Club mobile app:

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