Ubisoft has announced Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon will be the next game it makes available for free to PC users through its ongoing 30th-year celebration.
Far Cry 3 : Blood Dragon was released back in April 2013 and went on to sell exceptionally well. Since then, the title has been made available for free on both PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, and next week, it’ll be the PCs turn to get its hands on this outrageous game for free.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was a stand-alone expansion to the Far Cry 3, which means anyone could purchase and play the game without having to own the original. The game parodied action films and video games from the 1980s, which took place on a retro-futuristic island where players assumed the role of military cyborg Sergeant Rex “Power” Colt.
Ubisoft has been releasing a number of its games for free on PC over the past several months. The titles PC owners have been able to download and play for free include such notable games as Beyond Good & Evil, The Crew, Rayman Origins, and Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. With this month’s release of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Ubisoft has just one more game to make available for free as part of its Ubi 30 promotion, which will be announced next month.