Now you can download Beyond Good & Evil for free from Ubisoft Club. This is the promotion that the company is undertaking to celebrate its 30th anniversary. The Ubisoft Club is giving players the opportunity to discover, or rediscover, some of the great classics of Ubisoft for free.
As it was announced at E3, every month until the end of the year, Ubisoft Club unveiled some of the titles of Ubisoft’s in digital version for PC. And this time it will be the turn of Beyond Good and Evil, which can be played free from today October 12 for 30 days.
This is the fifth game given to mark the 30th anniversary of Ubisoft. To add to our library account, the service of Ubisoft Club is required, and although the promotion is limited up to mid of next month, it is to be replaced by another classic title, once added and it will be ours forever.
In recent months the company has offered Splinter Cell, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Rayman Origins and The Crew.
The French company announced at last E3 that during each month until the end of the year, Ubisoft Club give away renowned PC games for their quality, innovation and creativity of digital format, a free game to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ubisoft.
Developed by Ubisoft Montpellier and Michel Ancel, creator of Rayman, Beyond Good & Evil was originally released in 2003 for PC, GameCube, Xbox and PlayStation 2, offering a mix of action, exploration, puzzles and platforms which was very well received both by part of public and critics.
The universe of the game, its history and its particular characters, captivated a generation of players who are patiently waiting for the sequel that was officially confirmed recently.