There’s been a lot of negative feedback in regard to the price of Elder Scrolls Online, considering the fact that you will also have to pay a monthly subscription. However, as a way to help soften the blow there is a chance for you to get hold of a free game as part of Ubisoft’s incentives.
If you decide to purchase Elder Scrolls Online via Ubisoft’s digital store, then you will bag yourself a free copy of Assassin’s Creed. Okay, so we know that one of the free games is an older title, but you also have the chance to get the latest, which is AC4.
MCV says that if you choose to go for Elder Scrolls Online Standard Edition, then you will get a free copy of Assassin’s Creed 3. However, if you choose Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition at a cost of £69.99, plus the monthly subscription, then Ubisoft will give you a free copy of Assassin’s Creed 4.
Both games will be digital downloads, which means you will not have to wait around for the games to be shipped to you.
That’s not all, no matter what version of Elder Scrolls Online you get from Ubisoft’s uPlay service, you will also get the Explorer and Imperial DLC packs for free.
No doubt there will be comparisons made to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Elder Scrolls Online because there will be slight differences in graphics and overall performance. However, the biggest difference will be price, which we explained in an earlier article.
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