In mild of a winter month hilariously mild on recreation releases (this can be a joke), Ubisoft is making its large open-world journey Murderer’s Creed Valhalla free to play this weekend, starting Thursday, Feb. 24.
Gamers on PC and Console will have the ability to obtain the total recreation and all foremost recreation content material (excluding DLC) till Monday, Feb. 28 for a protracted weekend of raiding the English countryside aboard Viking longboats, pillaging the countryside to their hearts content material. Which is lucky, as a result of, as we mentioned, there are so few video games out.
For the uninitiated, Murderer’s Creed Valhalla casts gamers as Eivor, a Viking warrior on a journey of revenge throughout the British Isles. Conveniently, Valhalla’s free weekend comes prematurely of its paid growth, Daybreak of Ragnarok, which leans exhausting into Norse mythology and supernatural powers, sending Eivor on a quest to avoid wasting their son. Ubisoft calls it the “most bold growth in franchise historical past,” and it’s accessible on March 10, 2022.
Good factor there aren’t many different video games out proper now!