Assassin's Creed Odyssey feature 2

Ubisoft is offering the Spartan Starter pack for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for free

It appears that Ubisoft is currently giving away the Spartan Starter pack for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Gamers can simply visit its official website, register or login and acquire their free content. However, there are some additional details that you should read  so… keep reading.

As Ubisoft noted, in order to be eligible, participants must create or login into a current Ubisoft UPlay account between 6/11/2018 to 10/1/2018 and purchase Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on a participating platform to redeem gifts after the game’s launch.

Do note that this works even for those who have not pre-ordered the game (we’ve been able to get the free DLC even though we haven’t pre-ordered the game).

“Gifts constitute in-game items totaling approximately $7.50 USD and may be available for purchase or giveaway separately. One gift package per account. This is a promotional offer which is subject to change at any time at Ubisoft’s sole discretion and may not be substituted, exchanged, sold or redeemed for cash.”

What’s really important here, however, is that this free offer is valid only in participating countries and void where prohibited. And unfortunately, Ubisoft did not reveal the participating countries so there is no such list. This basically means that you may follow these steps and still not get your free gift.

But anyway, those interested can visit this website, click the “REGISTER HERE” button and acquire their free content.

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