Grab a Free Copy of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey by Playing on Google’s Project Stream
Google's Project Stream are giving players a free PC copy of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey just for participating in their playtest period
If you didn’t get around to playing some Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey when it first came out on October 5 – and who could blame you with so many great games available – then you’re in luck, but only if you have a PC and you’re a resident in the states. If you ticked yes to the last two requirements, then you can head on over to Google’s latest Chrome streaming service Project Stream and start playtesting, it’s as easy as that.
As a way of saying thank you, all you’ll need to do is play a game for about an hour and then you’ll be gifted Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey via Ubisoft’s Uplay service, plus 1,000 helix credits for all Project Stream participants. The testing will end January 15th so you will have loads of time to get yourself on there, especially over the Christmas period while your drinking your favorite Assassin?s Creed wine. Seems like a winning deal to me.
It’s worth noting that any unused Helix credits from your time with Project Stream will not carry over, but items and progress will. So if you do play, make sure to use that currency quickly.
If you haven’t heard of Google’s Project Stream then let me give you a quick run-down: Project Stream is a platform for streaming some of the latest games and during the test period you’ll have the ability to stream the game to a supported Chrome browser on a laptop or desktop. They have teamed up with Ubisoft to give a limited number of folk the ability to play Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey at no charge for the duration of the Project Stream test.
You can get more information on Ubisoft’s updates page right here
If you happen to be a citizen outside of the US, you can always pick up Assassin?s Creed: Odyssey for PC, PS4, and Xbox One over on Amazon.
Take a look at the Project Stream official gameplay capture video below:
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