10 Games You Can Get or Play for Free (this Weekend Only)
Article by George Norman
On 16 Dec 2016
Ubisoft celebrated its 30th anniversary this year and to mark this joyous occasion, the video game developer and publisher offered 7 of its most popular games for free. But it didn’t offer them all at one – one per month, from June until December.

If you claimed all the games, good for you. If you didn’t, Ubisoft is giving you the chance to do so now. Visit UBI 30 anytime until Sunday, December 18, and you can claim a bundle that includes all 7 games that Ubisoft offered for free this year.


Just to recap, the 7 games that Ubisoft offered for free as part of its 30th anniversary celebration are:
  • Prince of Persia – released in 2003, this critically acclaimed game is a marvelous journey into the Arabian Nights and a formidable action adventure game.
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell – released in November 2002, Splinter Cell was an important step in Ubisoft's history, the first blockbuster to be developed by Ubisoft Montreal featuring one of the most beloved characters ever created by the studio.
  • Rayman Origins – released in 2011, Rayman Origins is a back to the root 2D platformer where you travel across amazing worlds, meet goofy monsters and goes through the most dynamic platforming moments ever.
  • The Crew – released in 2014, The Crew is the first fully connected open world that Ubisoft created. A racing game that lets you drive across the full US territory, from East Coast to West Coast.
  • Beyond Good and Evil – released in 2003, this game remains a unique experience with lovable characters, a brilliant storytelling, and gameplay that mixes driving, fighting, collaborating, and photographing.
  • Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon – released in 2013, this first person shooter presents an 80’s version of the future. The year is 2007 and you are Sergeant Rex Colt, a Mark IV Cyber Commando. Your mission: get the girl, kill the baddies, and save the world.
  • Assassin’s Creed 3 – revealed at E3 2006, Assassin’s Creed puts the audience in the middle of an ancient war between two age old factions: the Assassins (who fight to protect the free) and the Templars (who aspire to impose a New World Order).
Visit UBI 30 anytime until December 18th and claim all 7 games that were featured in the Ubi30 PC giveaway this year.

And don’t forget about Ubisoft’s 30 Days of Giveaways, the promo that offers daily gifts until December 23.

3 games you can play for free this weekend

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is free to play until December 20. If you’ve been itching to give the latest Call of Duty game a try, this is your chance to do so for free. But not on PC, only PS4 and Xbox One.

The CoD Infinite Warfare Free Trial lets you get a taste of all three games modes:
  • Campaign – Rising Threat and Black Sky, the first two levels of the game.
  • Multiplayer – capped to level 15.
  • Zombies – capped to level 3.
In Campaign Mode, you can experience the gritty, large-scale war roots of the franchise. In Multiplayer Mode, you can play against other people, obviously. And in Zombies Mode, travel back in time to the 1980s and explore a theme park that’s overrun with undead guests, killer clowns, and more.

This FAQ covers all the questions you might have about the CoD Infinite Warfare Free Trial.

Tom Clancy’s The Division is free to play until December 18 at 1PM PST. PC players can experience the entirety of the core game, along with all of its free content updates, for zero dollars. If you like The Division and decide to purchase it, you need to know that Ubisoft offers a 50% discount for both the Standard and the Gold Edition on the Ubisoft store.

"This discount is available for a limited time only," Ubisoft explained. "The character(s) you have created as well as the progress you have made throughout the Free Weekend will carry over once you’ve upgraded to the full game!"

If you don’t want to get The Division from Uplay, you can get it from Steam. The game is free to play and discounted by 50% on Steam until December 19. Speaking about Steam…

Dead by Daylight is free to play on Steam until Sunday at 1PM Pacific Time. Released in June, Dead by Daylight is a multiplayer (4vs1) horror game where one player is a savage killer who was to slaughter all the other players.

Dead by Daylight is discounted by 30% on Steam until December 19. You can get the regular version for $14 instead of $20 and the Deluxe Edition for $21 instead of $30.

Honorable mentions

Lost Odyssey is offered for free until December 31. Microsoft is giving it away in celebration of the the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalog exceeding 300 games.

Sombrero: Spaghetti Western Mayhem is free to play on Steam this weekend (and discounted by 73%). Drawing inspiration from spaghetti westerns, Sombrero is a multiplayer shootout for 2-4 players. It features local and online multiplayer, a colorful cast of characters, four unique game modes, and more.

Tags: Ubisoft, Ubi 30, free, Uplay, Call of Duty, Infinite Warfare, The Division, Dead by Daylight, Lost Odyssey, Sombrero Spaghetti Western Mayhem
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