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You can get ‘Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’ for free if you test Google’s Project Stream


Are you willing to playtest Google’s experimental streaming service Project Stream? No? What if a free PC copy of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is on offer? Ummm…sounds better!

Google is giving away a copy of Ubisoft’s recently released Assassin’s Creed Odyssey in exchange for trying out the company’s game streaming service for Chrome. The promotional offer is only available to US residents until January 15th.

“All players participating in Project Stream receive, for free, 1,000 Helix credits (a $10 value) to spend as they see fit, and any players that spend a minimum of an hour playing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey in Project Stream between now and January 15 will receive a free Uplay PC copy of the game via their linked Uplay account as a special thanks for being a part of the test,” reads a Ubisoft post.

Those who qualify for the free game will get notified through an email after January 15 with instructions for how to access their free copy in the weeks following the end of the Project Stream test.

So let’s get started to test the game out on Project Stream Google is working on and experience the wonders of Ancient Greece too.…

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