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[PC] UPlay - Free - Trials Rising (was $29.95) - Ubisoft Store

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The next holiday freebie from the Ubisoft Store: Trial Rising.

Looks like a fun game to me - definitely worth giving it a try, especially for this price.

Enjoy!

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  • +5 votes

    Link broken?

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    I have Starlink - battle for Atlas. https://ubisoftconnect.com/en-US/ unless you mean for Thursday?

    • +1 vote

      Starts 11.59 pm 17 Dec, according to the post. Thanks for the reminder to grab the current one.

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    Thanks! I've been looking at getting this but wasn't sure if my PC would handle it.

  • +9 votes

    https://ubi.li/happyholidays/

    This seems to be the link that'll refresh each day

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    awesome i have this on switch but its a bit iffy with performance and lack of analog triggers.
    wanted to replay it on pc for ages

  • +1 vote

    Read it as Uplay is offering free trials lol

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    What was on day 1?

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    I love this game, bought it on 3 platforms

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    So was this one not actually free?

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      Tomorrow supposedly

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        At midnight it will change.

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    Is a subscription to uplay required to get this? I can’t find the free game

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      It will be free at midnight. Once midnight, click on the link and you will see the free game. Look at the blue box in front of the title stating "tomorrow". ;-)

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    Cheers. Cause yesterday at 3 am it had a dead link and still does. Then it was pointed out tomorrow which is today but not any time today 23:59 today. I wonder if available from Friday would have cleared things up.

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    Yes! It's available!
    Claimed it no worries.
    Will be interesting to see how it plays on PC compared to the Switch.

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    I take back my Fantale wrapper comment.

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    Day 5 - Hyper Scape™ Rewards Pack (whatever that is…)
    https://register.ubisoft.com/happyholidays2020-day5/en-GB

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    I'm getting a ''You can no longer register to this operation", am I missing something?