Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Will Be Free!

You read that correctly: shortly, you can pick up Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate from Ubisoft!

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate launched in 2015 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Victoria-age London (a little after the middle of the 19th century) featured the Frye twins, namely Jacob and Evie Frye as protagonists. The story – as usual – was concentrating on the everlasting fight between the Assassins and the Templars. The game wasn’t bad, but you could feel the series getting tired. Thus, no wonder we got no AAA Assassin’s Creed title in 2016 – the next one came in 2017; it was Assassin’s Creed: Origins.

Now, this game can be acquired shortly for free on PC. Epic Games Store will make this game as one of the freebies for a week, starting from February 20. Tim Sweeney’s company is continuing the free game deals, which could allow you to build a decent game library just by acquring these games. We’d also mention the other free game here, also available from Thursday – it’s going to be Faeria, a card game with a „unique living board,” and the store description also says it’s „the only card game where you can gain all 300 cards in less than 50 hours.” (If it’s true, then we have nothing to complain about.)

We’d also mention the games that are currently free: one of them is Aztez, combining turn-based strategy gameplay with beat’em up elements. However, the other game is bigger: it’s from Czech Warhorse Studios, and it is the base edition of Kingdom Come: Deliverance! The 2018 medieval action-RPG is still decent today.

As usual, all you need is an Epic Games account and the Epic Games Launcher, and if you add these games to the library, they will permanently stay. Have fun with them.

Source: PCGamer

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