A letter Ubisoft has some goodwill following its donation of € 500,000 for the reconstruction efforts of Notre Dame and its decision to make Assassin & # 39; s Creed Union available for free. Players have reviewed the Unity Steam page with hundreds of messages that thank Ubisoft for their gesture.
Notre Dame on April 15 was without a doubt a tragedy. Ubisoft, the French gaming studio behind Assassin's Creed franchise, donated € 500,000 and also installed in Paris the franchise, Assassin's Creed Unity, free through Uplay.
When the announcement was made, the reaction was overwhelmingly positive, as expected. But surprisingly, players have used the tactic of reviewing bombings to show how much they appreciate Ubisoft's control.
In solidarity with all the participants on Monday, we are donating for the restoration of Notre-Dame and we give him the opportunity to play. @AssassinsCreed Unity in Uplay for free.
– Ubisoft (@Ubisoft) April 17, 2019
Prior to April 16, Unity's Steam page released two or three reviews per day, but since its announcement, the game had over 600 extremely positive reviews. One user wrote: "Thanks to Ubisoft and Assassin & # 39; s Creed Unity for giving us the opportunity to appreciate what Notre Dame used to be … Good blessing to France".
The funny thing is that Unity is also available for free through Steam, since the offer is exclusive to Uplay. But it is clear that the players wanted to use any channel to show their gratitude and support for Ubisoft's decision.
The overall score of the review remains "mixed", since Unity was never the most popular game in the franchise, but recent reviews will contribute in some way to improving that rating despite not being particularly relevant in the way it is. play the game.
So far, Valve Haven decided to use its recently developed "off-topic review" functionality, designed to minimize the impact of the revision pumps, and it seems unlikely that they will, given the positive nature of this particular "bomb".
Assassin & # 39; s Creed Unity is available for free through Uplay until April 25.