Ubisoft allows users to ‘Keep It Greek’ by exploring world of Ancient Greece for free


Ubisoft has given users the chance to ‘Keep it Greek’ by giving out their exclusive Discovery Tours of Ancient Greece and Egypt for free. The Discover Tours were part of the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Origins games, yet users can now roam the incredible ancient world of Greece, while still getting some learning done.

The tours were designed by Ubisoft to be an educational tool, offering informative, entertaining museum-style tours of virtual history, as curated and assembled by actual historians.

After its success in Assassin’s Creed Origins, allowing users to traverse Ancient Egypt, the developers redesigned it to allow adults and children alike to explore Greece in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

Here’s what’s available in Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece, according to Ubisoft:

Travel throughout 29 regions and uncover hundreds of stations with tours on 5 different themes: philosophy, famous cities, daily life, war and myths to learn more about history of Ancient Greece.

The Discovery Tours are usually valued at around $20 AUD, yet are now available for free until May 21.




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