Celebrate the festive season with 30 Days of Giveaways!

It’s that time of year again! The skies are grey, the wind is blowing, and we’re still on the couch eating leftover Halloween sweets. But never fear, soon there’ll be a reason to pause your Rainbow Six session or DedSec mission and turn your attention to something just as exciting – presents!

This year, we’re not just celebrating the holidays, but Ubisoft’s 30th anniversary too.  That’s why we’re taking the chance to give back to you, our amazing fans, with 30 Days of Giveaways! It’s our way of saying thanks for 30 wonderful years of play.

UBI30 - 30 Days of Giveaways to celebrate 30 Years of Play!

We wanted to try and find a little something for everyone, young and young at heart alike. Planned giveaways will include Rayman Classic for mobile, special holiday decorations and a special 300-Game Giveaway! That’s right, 300 copies of three of our latest titles (one game per person, first-come first-served) will be up for grabs as part of the festivities! We’ll also be giving away unique goodies, ranging from cocktail recipes to DIY projects for the whole family.

Check back every day for something new – you never know what you might find! All you have to do is log in with your Ubisoft account here (if you don’t have one yet, it’s free, easy and painless) and click on the latest offer. But be warned! Although most giveaways are unlimited, some will only be available for the first players to log in and click on the offer – such as the 300 Game Giveaway.

30 Days of Giveaways starts November 24 and runs until December 23. Don’t forget to follow Ubisoft on social media for a chance to score even more exclusives!

Enjoy the goodies and freebies on us, and we wish you all a very happy holiday season.

30 Days of Giveaways is only valid from November 24, 2016 at 8am GMT and December 23, 2016 at 22:59 GMT. Download assets with your Ubisoft account as a free giveaway. These assets cannot be sold, or exchanged for money. Some giveaway operations will not be valid in their entirety in South and Central America, due to logistical difficulties. We apologise for any disappointment or inconvenience that may cause!

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Phil is so incredibly old that his earliest gaming memories involve those late-70s TV Pong clone machines made by Binatone, typing BASIC games into the one-piece keyboard of a Sinclair ZX80 from magazine listings, and the static burble of Commodore 64 tape loading. He does Marketing things in Ubisoft's Guildford office. He's been at the company for 20 years. The numpty.