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Assassin’s Creed Discovery Tour Goes Free For Exploring Enthusiasts

Assassin’s Creed has had two standalone “Discovery Tours” as extensions of their Origins and Odyssey pack. The standalone content has been available solely on the PC. Ubisoft has decided to make it all free for enthusiasts interested in history and those interested to relive the past.

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise has been phenomenally known for its graphical advancements and that goes for each and every one of their games. With the newest one, Valhalla making its way later this year we’d expect nothing short of breathtaking. As for the tours folks can now enjoy the Ancient Egypt expo. Visit the vast lands, tombs, explore the people or better yet experience one of Ubisoft’s countless detailed tours fit for exhibits.

Similarly with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey folks can now relive Ancient Greece and take it as a live museum travelling through the vast lands, exploring monuments, famous battles and much more. Like the Origin’s Discovery Tour folks can make use of expertly engineered guided tours for various different exhibits voiced by charismatic characters like  Leonidas, Herodotos, Markos, and more.

Now the free offer is to last till May 21st and can be redeemed over here available solely for the PC platform.

It is appreciatable here what Ubisoft’s doing. Not only for enthusiasts wanting to learn more about history would get a chance to relive the past but those uninterested would also get a knack for what Ubisoft has done here. Moreover in these desperate times when everyone has to stay home having such content to browse and enjoy is nothing sort of a relief. Furthermore, this allows for Ubisoft to entice more people into their Assassin’s Creed franchise. With Valhalla right around the corner they wouldn’t mind hype and excitement at all.

Ibtehaj Temuri

Ibtehaj Temuri reporting from duty. My interests generally manoeuvre around video games, animation and works of fiction. Love to have a chat and any sort of criticism is worth my while.
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