Big companies really know how to lure people into their traps, for example, people from the US that test the Google streaming service get Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for free.
Streaming services are the future of gaming. At least, that’s what people are thinking right now, which shouldn’t surprise anyone now that Project Stream is receiving applications for testing. That’s right, and that isn’t the best thing, as anyone from the US that tests this service gets Assassin’s Creed Odyssey for free. What do you need to do in order to get a free copy? Pretty simple, have Google Chrome installed on your PC and have a Uplay account. Then go and sign up for Project Stream. If you get accepted into the test phase, you just need to play an hour of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. After that, a Uplay copy of the game will be given to you.
Is this all worth the hassle? Probably, as installing Chrome and having a linked Uplay account can be all done quickly. Also, let’s not forget the fact that some of you will be testing the new Google streaming service. Others will just go through all of it to get the game for free. Both types of people are winning in any case. Those people that have incredibly fast internet can benefit from these types of streaming services. But, anyone with a normal internet connection can’t enjoy it as much.
Since we aren’t from the US, we won’t be participating. Which also means that we won’t be getting Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. That does make us quite sad, but what can you do.