Ubisoft is giving away ‘Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China’ to commemorate Chinese New Year: pre-order this week and it’s yours forever
The spin-off saga ‘Assassin’s Creed Chronicles’ is a curious twist on the main games in the series. It is a 2.5D perspective adventure trilogy that takes the Ubisoft series into exotic cultures such as China, India or Russia. Its three games came out – one in 2015 and two in 2016, and this variation of the main series has not been heard from since. Now, Ubisoft gives you the opportunity to recover the first one, set in China, for free.
Via the Ubisoft Store You can access this gift that commemorates the Chinese New Year, which is celebrated next Friday. It’s free for PC and can be included in your Ubisoft Connect user library. In addition, the other games of ‘Chronicles’ have a discount of 70%, with what the complete trilogy is at 7’50 euros. The deadline ends on February 16 at 5:00 p.m.
Killers in China
‘Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China’ is set in 1526. Its protagonist, Shao Jun, is a young woman trained by the Italian assassin Ezio Auditore., period after which he returns to his country to take revenge on the evil Templars of the Eight Tigers, who devastated his brotherhood. Your journey will take you to visit some of the most emblematic places of 16th century China: the Great Wall, Macau or the Forbidden City.
Throughout its 12 levels, Shao Jun progresses in a classic platforming format in 2.5D perspective. To make the assassin’s job easier, we will find weapons such as knives and daggers, and there will be the possibility of hiding from enemies in dark areas and making use of the inevitable acrobatic skills and parkour of heroin.