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Pre-Orders for Assassin’s Creed Unity Launched

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It seems that Ubisoft has a lot of tricks in their sleeves as it launches a new Pre-Order Lottery, if you pre-order Assassin?s Creed Unity. Since Assassin?s Creed Unity is still not released as of today, pre-release extras are now available and here?s the best part, you can win them.

People assume these pre-release items are just a bunch of marketing strategies, but it is actually pretty cool. You can win in-game items as well as real game items to pump up your swag. From assassin hoods, headsets, DLC?s, iPhone cases, monitors and more; it?s worth it. All you need to do is sign up your Ubisoft account and you will get a free spin, but if you pre-order Assassin?s Creed Unity, you will get 5 more every week. ?It features a Weekly Guillotine Spin that offers chances to win the Chemical Revolution add-on mission. ?Even other retailers offer other real game items as well. GameStop offered a Razer Head spear for those who pre-ordered, Amazon offers Pioneer Axe, Best Buy an Under/Over Pistol, and Walmart a Maple Hunting Rifle.

The Assassin?s Creed Unity is a new installment set to be released this October. It is set in ?magnificent Paris during the time of the dreadful 1789 French Revolution. ?Featuring the dense, hunger-stricken streets of Paris, the inhabitants took arms for freedom and equality. Players will play the life of a young man named Arno, wounded by the loss of those he loved, and sets a deadly path to redemption. As he struggles to survive, he will find a path and transform himself into a master assassin.

As of now, Ubisoft strives to make a big push with all the pre-order items that you can get before ?Assassin?s Creed Unity is released this 28th of October. Ubisoft has been so busy promoting the game, but lips are sealed regarding the gameplay of Assassin?s Creed Unity. ?Critics say Ubisoft did a lot of stuff with this increased marketing budget, but did not show any preview of the gameplay and graphics; making it very suspicious. Ubisoft is way too confident with the upcoming game that all that are featured are headsets, in-game items, downloadable content, and a trip to France.

 

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