Nov 27, 2016 03:15 AM EST

Ubisoft Celebrates Christmas Early With Its Gift Of Free Games For 30 Days, Including 'Watch Dogs 2'

Ubisoft is feeling generous this holiday season, as the company is planning to give free games for 30 days to its loyal fans in celebration of its 30th anniversary. Three of the company's latest game titles, including "Watch Dogs 2," will also be part of the games to be given.

Ubisoft announced in a blog post that they'll be giving away free games to their loyal fans, which started on November 24 and will continue until December 23. It is the company's "way of saying thanks for 30 wonderful years of play."

"We wanted to try and find a little something for everyone, young and young at heart alike," Ubisoft said. "Planned giveaways include Rayman Classic for mobile."

But what's more interesting is Ubisoft's special "300 Game Giveaway," where the company will be giving away 300 copies of three of their latest titles. One game per person and it will on a first come, first serve basis.

Players and fans would just need to log into their Ubisoft account and click on the latest offer that the company has. Fans can check out 30days.ubi for more information or sign up if they don't have an account yet.

Though the most games are unlimited, Ubisoft said that there are some games where it will only be available for the first players who are able to log in and click on the offers. Such as with Ubisoft's "300 Game Giveaway."

The latest title would include Ubisoft's "Watch Dogs 2," which GameSpot said hasn't been performing well following its release. The game's one week sale in the UK was down 80 percent, despite great reviews from critics, including a rating of eight from GameSpot.

Ubisoft, though, is not deterred with "Watch Dogs 2's" early sales performance. The company is confident that millions of players are going to love the game once they start playing it. 

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