Ubisoft extends its free to keep offer for Assassin’s Creed II, Child of Light, Rayman Legends

You have until May 5

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In case you haven’t noticed, Ubisoft has been running “free to keep” offers during the quarantine, starting with Child of Light, then extending into Rayman Legends and Assassin’s Creed II.

If you click on all three of those links, you’ll see that each announcement was covered by a different writer: that’s how big of an impact they all had on various staff here at Destructoid. Wait, you missed the promo entirely? Well that’s why I’m posting about it today!

Ubisoft just announced this morning that they are extending the offer for the trio through May 5. As usual, the “free to keep” offer only extends to the PC and is linked through their Uplay system. As a reminder, the whole initiative is called “Play Your Part,” and was started “to support people staying at home by providing opportunities to have fun as they practice social distancing.”

Again, all three of those games are worth playing, even in 2020. Although you probably have no shortage of things to do right now (maybe?), you may as well grab them all, even if you have no intention of playing them right now. Remember, it’s for keeps!

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