Test out Google’s new streaming platform and nab a copy of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Odd, I see

A few months ago, Google had opened a beta of its “Project Stream” service with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey as the headlining title. Whether the results were good or not, Google is holding another test and the incentive is a bit more appetizing. Anyone that participates in December’s “Project Stream” test will receive a Uplay copy of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey to keep.

To get in on the offer, make sure you have Google Chrome installed and head over to this website. You’ll need to enter your e-mail address and request a code from Google. If you’re accepted, you’ll be able to test the streaming service by playing Odyssey immediately. You’ll need to clock in a minimum of one hour played before January 15 to receive your Uplay copy. All participants will also be given 1,000 Helix credits (Odyssey’s moon money) for their troubles.

[Update: Ubisoft has contacted us to clarify that unused Helix credits will disappear. “All game saves and any in-game items earned via gameplay or purchased with the free Helix credits will also transfer over to the free PC copy, but any unspent credits will not transfer,” Ubisoft mentions on its site.]

You’ll need to link your Uplay account to Chrome to make use of the offer, but your save games will actually transfer over to the download copy next month. At the moment, the offer is only applicable to US residents.

Nab a free copy of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for testing Google’s Project Stream [VG 24/7]

Peter Glagowski
Former Dtoid staff member.