Assassin’s Creed Black Flag is now available for free on UPLAY until December 18th

After the amazing free giveaway of World in Conflict Complete Edition, Ubisoft is now offering Assassin’s Creed Black Flag for free. From now and until December 18th, PC gamers can log onto UPLAY and acquire their free copy.

This offer will end on December 18th 10:00 AM UTC so make sure to get your free copy from its UPLAY store page while you still can.

Assassin’s Creed Black Flag was released in 2013 and had some optimization issues on the PC. Fast forward 4 years and today’s PC systems can brute force those optimization and performance issues.

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag features several NVIDIA Technologies: God Rays – which allowed Ubisoft Montreal to paint beams of light that illuminate a scene from above, horizon-based ambient occlusion + (HBAO+) for more detailed and realistic shadows around objects that obstruct rays of light, percentage-closer soft shadows (PCSS) for more lifelike contact hardening shadows, and temporal anti-aliasing (TXAA) for smoother edges. The game also features enhanced 4K textures on the PC.

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag tells the story of Edward Kenway, a young British man with a thirst for danger and adventure, who falls from privateering for the Royal Navy into piracy as the war between the major Empires comes to an end.

“Edward is a fierce pirate and seasoned fighter who soon finds himself embroiled in the ancient war between Assassins and Templars. Set at the dawn of the 18th Century, the game features some of the most infamous pirates in history, such as Blackbeard and Charles Vane, and takes players on a journey throughout the West Indies during a turbulent and violent period of time later to become known as the Golden Age of Pirates.”

Have fun!

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