'Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon' Released For Free This November! News & Update On Ubisoft's Latest 'Assassin's Creed' & 'Far Cry' Release Dates Detailed! [VIDEO]


Fans would agree that it is always a good feeling when games are being given out for free no matter how long they've been initially released. Such is the case for "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" being released for free this November until the following month as Ubisoft celebrates its 30th anniversary. Moreover, the game studio shed some light on its plans for the latest releases for "Assassin's Creed" and the "far Cry" franchise, according to sources.

It was announced earlier this year on Ubisoft's official website that the widely-renowned game studio is celebrating its 30th anniversary. In commemoration for such mile-stone, Ubisoft will be releasing a game for free every month, which it has already done since the month of June with the release of "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time."

For this month, Ubisoft has announced that it has released "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" for free starting on Nov. 9 until the next month, Kotaku learned. It mentioned further that the release will be available for PC, via the Ubisoft Club account.

It was also noted by Kotaku that the game is based on the foundation of the game "Far Cry 3" and start Michael Biehn. It also gave praises to the game's outstanding soundtrack, courtesy of electronic artist Power Glove, to round-up the 80's-neon-pink theme.

In other news, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemont and CFO Alain Martinez shed some light on the following expected releases for the studio's "Assassin's Creed" and "Far Cry" franchises in an earnings call.

When an analyst asked about any news and update on the next "Assassin's Creed" game, Guillemont and Martinez explained that they could not divulge much about the game and that all they know is that Ubisoft is working really hard on it and it will be launched when it is ready, Gamespot noted.

Moreover, it was also mentioned by Gamespot that Ubisoft's editorial VP Tommy Francois stated before that both "Assassin's Creed" and "Far Cry" are in development but will not be released sometime soon.

Francois explained that the studio firmly believes in making sure that the games are polished and tested thoroughly during the Alpha stage even if it means not releasing those games in 2017, Gamespot learned.

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