Ubisoft’s latest release is now free for millions of people around the world. More specifically, more than 200 million people can now download the latest game from the creators of series like Assassin’s Creed, Distant cry, Ghost ReconAnd Rainbow Six. The free download comes from Netflix, so it requires a Netflix subscription, which about 1 in 40 people in the world have. In other words, this free offer is available to more people than most free offers. All you need is a Netflix subscription and an Android or iOS device.
In case you missed it, Ubisoft released this week Valiant Hearts: Coming Homea sequel to the award-winning Brave hearts: the big ones War. However, unlike its predecessor, the sequel is not available through many platforms, only through mobile phones. And if you don’t have a Netflix subscription, you won’t be able to access the game at all, as it’s not for individual sale. Whether this will change over time, or if the game will ever come to other platforms, we don’t know. So far Ubisoft is not saying one way or another. This could be a timed exclusive to Netflix, but if so, it’s not specified or hinted at.
“Valiant Hearts: Coming Home is the second part of the BAFTA Award winning game Valiant Hearts: The Great War. This sequel follows in the footsteps of the original game and continues to tell stories of ordinary people caught up in the extraordinary circumstances of World War I.”
“Become an unsung hero. Solve puzzles, soar above chaos and heal the wounded in this sequel to the beloved World War I-inspired adventure game,” the official description adds. “As World War I continues, two brothers fight to survive the trenches and find each other again. Their paths will cross with new heroes who will share in the joy of reuniting and surviving the horrors of the Western Front.”
At the moment, the game has a 76 on Metacritic, which is a decent score, but lower than its predecessor, which not only received better reviews, but also sold millions of copies and caused a lot of buzz when it was released, while this new release under water has flown. the radar due to a lack of marketing and being tied to a Netflix subscription and mobile phones.