Ubisoft Announces Free Educational Discovery Tours

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Ubisoft announced on Thursday that Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece and Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt are free to redeem until May 21 on Uplay PC. These offers are an extension of Ubisoft’s Play Your Part, Play at Home campaign, which aims to provide resources for people to stay entertained and connect with each other while practicing social distancing.

Inspired by the rich settings of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Origins, the Discovery Tours act as living museums, allowing players to learn about history by exploring open worlds that are free of combat and time restraints.

In Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece, players can experience the world of Classical Greece, traveling through 29 regions and discovering Ancient Greek philosophy, famous cities, daily life, war, and myths.

Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt takes players to Ptolemaic Egypt with guided tours about ancient culture and customs led by historians and Egyptologists.

Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece and Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt are designed to accompany players as they learn through intuitive features and accessible language.

“With millions of children experiencing upheaval to their studies right now and teachers forced to adapt their lessons to digital tools, people are seeking new and enriching ways to learn. We’re really proud of the Discovery Tours and their capacity to make history accessible, immersive, and fun,” said Etienne Allonier, brand director for Assassin’s Creed.

The Discovery Tours offer an engaging way to learn history, either on your own or as part of a formal curriculum. Ubisoft provides historical texts and other resources to teachers who use Discovery Tour in their classes. Teachers can request more information by emailing acdiscoverytour@ubisoft.com.

For more offers and trials, including Rabbids Coding, a free educational resources that introduces kids to coding, visit Ubisoft’s official website.

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