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Play all Ubisoft games for free for a month on your PC, mobile devices from the cloud… and Samsung TVs.

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New Opportunity play all Ubisoft games for free for a month, including his latest news, with all DLC.

This weekend, Ubisoft showed off a slew of games at its Ubisoft Forward 2022 conference and also released its own app for Samsung TVs. So to celebrate it lets enjoy free for a month Ubisoft+your subscription plan that includes local and cloud play.

You can finish great games like Assassin’s Creed Saga., all big difference, in Tom Clancy, Watchdogs, Splinter Cell, Strategy ANNO 1800, The Division 2and much more.

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Ubisoft+ He has two plans. FROM PC accesswhich costs 14.99 euros per month, you can download to your PC and play locally about 100 Ubisoft games, all the most important ones.

multi-accessthe price of which is 17.99 euros per month, in addition to all of the above, a game in the cloud is added, which allows you to play without downloading and without powerful hardware on any PC, mobile phone, tablet and other devices.

Recently Ubisoft+ arrives on Samsung TVs, so you can play over 100 PC games right on your TV by simply connecting a Bluetooth gamepad to the TV itself. All thanks to the magic of the cloud.

From yesterday until October 10, Both PC Access and Multi Access are free on Ubisoft+ for one month.

As always in such cases, at the end of the trial period, you will be charged the appropriate monthly fee depending on the plan you choose. But you can cancel before the deadline, and you can enjoy a full month without charging anything.

This is a good opportunity to play some of the great games that Ubisoft has in its catalog. And in a month you will have time to finish a few.

You can access free month Ubisoft+ on his official website.

Source: Computer Hoy

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