Published On: Thu, Sep 15th, 2016

‘The Crew’ Racing Game Commemoration Gift for Ubisoft 30th Anniversary Now Free on PC

Ubisoft’s free game for the month of September is now available on PC. The Crew racing game is the company’s commemoration gift for its 30th anniversary.

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The French video game developer, Ubisoft Entertainment was founded in 1986. It has already been 30 years since the five Guillemot brothers created the company.


According to Giant Bomb, the game titles such as The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Assassin’s Creed, Brothers in Arms, Rayman and Tom Clancy are all Ubisoft’s originals.

In addition, a racing game called The Crew made its debut on Dec. 2, 2014. The Ubisoft Reflections and Ivory Tower’s game was published by Ubisoft for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Xbox One and Xbox 360.

The online game shipped two million copies by Jan. 1, 2015. It also made  an expansion called The Crew Wild Run that was released on Nov. 17, 2015. The expansion, The Crew: Call All Units will be available on Nov. 29, 2016.

But before the extension, players might want to try the first and original game published. Originally, The Crew racing game was being sold, but now fans can get it for free.

Fans just have to go directly to Ubi30 webpage, says Game Spot. The complete procedure to download and install the game is also shown on the website.

Giving of free games is no longer new since Ubisoft has been doing it every month. In the previous months, Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, Splinter Cell and Rayman Origins can be downloaded for free.

Not to mention, a number of fans claim that they already have gotten their hands on The Crew as a part of the Games with Gold program in June.

Julian Gerighty directed The Crew racing game while Joseph Trapanese composed its soundtrack, Heavy As a Feather. The music was used in the game’s official trailer.

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