Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, the 2015 entry in Ubisoft’s dual-protagonist stealth adventure series set in 19th-century London, is currently free on PC until December 6. There’s just one twist: you’ll need to get it from the Ubisoft Connect launcher (insert horror emoji). Don’t hate the messenger.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (which was released for PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 23, 2015) was the last AC title before origins and Odyssey It took the series down a more RPG-like path with more stats and levels to consider before facing enemies.Labor union It was certainly an improvement over its buggy predecessor, Assassin’s Creed Unity. It received solid critical scores and positive reviews across the board, and had a fantastic ending with a great boss fight.
If you got lost Labor union and you’re curious (or just want a free game), just head over to from ubisoft Labor union giveaway page to claim a copy. You don’t even need to have his pitcher not so good downloaded to claim it on your Ubisoft account (but you must install the store to play it).
In kotakuthe review of Assassin’s Creed SyndicateWe describe it simply as “a very good Assassin’s Creed game,” one notably from a different era (before origins, Odysseyand Valhalla) but it’s still worth spending time on:
[Syndicate] has a light, almost comic tone, underlined by Austin Wintory’s playful violins [Journey, The Order: 1886, Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical] score. The plot, which involves ancient civilizations, magical shrouds, present-day scenes of Abstergo’s actions, and Desmond/Ezio-era characters, seems basically incomprehensible to players not immersed in Assassin’s Creed science. But it doesn’t matter: the moment-by-moment motivations of the [the protagonists] They are clear enough.
Labor union could be just what you’re looking for if you’ve played (or are thinking about playing) this year’s tournament. Assassin’s Creed Miragewhich we categorized as a return to the series’ roots, “when stealth mattered, climbing was a puzzle, enemies could be taken out with a single stealthy sword.”