World In Conflict Complete Edition Is FREE This Week!

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Yes, you read it right – World In Conflict : Complete Edition is FREE again! To celebrate the holiday season, Ubisoft is giving away the PC version of World In Conflict : Complete Edition from 18 to 23 December. Yes, it’s completely FREE, if you grab it before the offer expires!


Get World In Conflict FREE On Uplay PC

World In Conflict is a real-time strategy (RTS) game that takes place in an alternate 1989, in which the Soviet Union has invaded Western Europe, triggering World War III. Released in 2007 to critical acclaim, it has been called one of the best strategy games ever made!

Imagine the Soviet Union never collapsed and instead made a decisive advance into Europe. NATO forces clash with the Red Army and a second front is opened up as the Soviets launch an attack on continental United States.

Last Day To Get World In Conflict Absolutely FREE!

Massive released highly acclaimed World in Conflict in September 2007, an innovative RTS / RTT game in a Cold War setting. A single-player expansion called Soviet Assault followed in 2009.

The game features both a strong and captivating single-player campaign and an intense multiplayer section that supports up to 16 players. With many other features, including Voice Over IP, amazing graphics and completely destructible battlefields, World in Conflict is an intense strategy experience unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.


Why Is Ubisoft Doing This?

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Simple – to get you to register with them, and install their Uplay PC client. This way, they get to send you notifications on new games or promotions, and who knows – you might buy more of their games and DLCs? 😀

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