PC Version Of Beyond Good And Evil Is Free This Month
With speculation that a new entry in Beyond Good & Evil series is currently in pre-production, it seems only fitting for Ubisoft to show some love to the game that started it all. Starting October 12th, Beyond Good and Evil will be free for a limited time.
According to the publisher, the action-adventure game will be available, free of charge starting next week as part of the company’s “Ubi30” anniversary celebration. For those unaware, this year, Ubisoft is celebrating its 30th anniversary in the gaming industry. Originally kicking off in June, Ubisoft has been giving out PC versions of popular games each month, for free, and will continue to make one game free on Ubisoft Club until the end of the year.
Created by Rayman creator Michel Ancel and originally released in 2003, Beyond Good and Evil was met with positive reception and was praised for its action platforming gameplay. It follows the story of Jade, an investigative reporter who is hellbent on exposing a government conspiracy which threatens her home planet.
Beyond Good and Evil will be free for the next thirty days, starting Wednesday, October 12. The game will be accessible to those who are active subscribers to the Ubisoft Club, a free program to anyone with an account on UPlay.