Ubisoft Assassin’s Creed Origins and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey present complex reconstructions of ancient Greece and Egypt. To the delight of educators, Ubisoft then released $ 20 educational versions of the Discovery Tour – without killing, blood or guts. Instead, you will get virtual tours of ancient monuments. And now, for a limited time, you can get them for free.
The Discovery Tour versions of Ancient Greece and Egypt are perfect for education. Although they are not a one-to-one replica, they come reasonably close and strike significant historical events, figures and artifacts.
In Discovery tour: ancient Greece, you can ‘discover the world of classical Greece as a living museum, traveling through 29 regions and exploring a variety of subjects, from philosophy to ancient myths and famous wars. Embark on guided tours led by historical or fictional charismatic characters from Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, including Leonidas, Herodotos, Markos, etc. “
And in Discovery tour: Ancient Egypt, you will be able to “freely roam the open world of Ptolemaic Egypt. Learn more about the life, habits and customs of its people at your own pace, or discover one of the 75 tours available with exhibitions organized by historians and Egyptologists. “
Normally, to have access to educational games, you must either pay for the full version of their associated games Assassin’s Creed games or buy the Discovery modules for $ 20. But Ubisoft offers both games, as well as Coding rabbits and Might and Magic Chess Royale, free on the company website until May 21.
So if you’re looking for a fun way to explore ancient history, jump on it while you can.