The Assassin's Creed Discovery Journey model is widely praised for its educational value-it is currently also available for free download.
In a recent conference call, Ubisoft announced the report for the next fiscal year. A sentence hidden in various interesting tidbits confirms that it will be provided to players for free to download Assassin's Creed Discovery Journey modes, which are applicable to Ancient Egypt (Origin) and Ancient Greece (Odyssey).
This statement was later confirmed on Twitter. Check out the following tweets.
You can download Assassin's Creed Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece Discovery Tour for free on uPlay.
(Now announced on the conference call) pic.twitter.com/WkdxvzHBWi
-Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) May 14, 2020
Both Discovery Tour modes can be downloaded for free, but can only be downloaded separately-I mean, the entire Origins and Odyssey games are not part of the deal. Fortunately, it also confirms that you do not necessarily have to have a basic game to benefit from the transaction. You can simply install each of the two discovery tours for Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece separately and experience them as separate titles.
This is not the only news disclosed in Ubisoft's financial report. Obviously, Ubisoft currently has an unannounced AAA-level project, which is one of the largest franchises in its development, and the project will be launched this year.
Most importantly, Ubisoft announced all other games it currently plans to release in the next fiscal year. These include, but are not limited to Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Corps, Rainbow Six Quarantine, Gods and Monsters, one of Ubisoft's largest franchises, the above-mentioned and yet-to-be-announced three consecutive titles, the Rolling Champions, Braola, Tom Clancy ’s elite team is suitable for mobile devices, etc.
However, Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot also mentioned that Ubisoft may decide to “postpone the issuance of its A-level A title until 2021 if it can ensure the long-term potential of its lineup. 2022. "
In related news, it was recently announced that Ubisoft will host its own digital game in July this year. It has also been confirmed that "Watchdog Legion", which should have been released earlier this year, will now be released together with Xbox Series X and PS5.