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Just in time for the festive season, Ubisoft is giving two digital PC games away for FREE as part of its Happy Playdays!

In order to celebrate two different 10-year anniversaries, Ubisoft made a decision to give away two awesome games; Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag and World in Conflict.

If you head on over to Ubisoft's blog you will find that the gaming firm is now giving away World in Conflict complete edition PC, and when this offer ends, 11 December, it will be replaced by Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag on PC until 18 Dec.

Ubisoft Massive released World in Conflict in September 2007, an innovative RTS game in a Cold War setting.

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As we mentioned in the previous news piece, Ubisoft has given love to prior released Assassin's Creed games in the past, with Liberation HD coming out for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 following the game's original release on PS Vita, and The Ezio Collection coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 a year ago. It's a game made from bits and pieces of Assassin's Creed games you've played before and the only thing that elevates it beyond that is the unique story focus. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted worldwide trades, and plundered vast fortunes.

Assassin's Creed Rogue takes place in North America around the 18th century. In this episode you are a young captain named Edward Kenway and much of the action takes place in a "Pirates of the Caribbean" (supposed to be the year 1715) type universe.

WHEN: World in Conflict (including the expansion Soviet Assault) will be FREE and downloadable for PC from December 4 to December 11.