Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Origins and Assassin's Creed Odyssey contain elaborate recreations of ancient Greece and Egypt. To the delight of educators, Ubisoft later released educational $ 20 Discovery Tour versions of the games ̵
The Discovery Tour versions of ancient Greece and Egypt are perfect for education. While not a one-to-one replica, they come fairly close and are struck by significant historical events, figures and artifacts.
In Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece you can explore the world of Classical Greece as a living museum, travel through 29 regions and explore a variety of topics from philosophy to ancient myths and famous wars. Embark on tours led by charismatic historical or fictional characters from Assassin's Creed Odyssey, including Leonidas, Herodotos, Markos and more. & # 39;
And in Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt you come to & # 39; roam freely in the open world of Ptolemaic Egypt. Learn about people's lives, customs and customs at your own pace, or experience one of the 75 available guided tours with exhibitions curated by historians and Egyptologists. & # 39;
Normally to access the educational games, you would normally either have to pay for the full version of their associated Assassin & # 39; s Creed games or the Discovery- Buy modules for $ 20. But Ubisoft offers both games, along with Rabbids Coding and Might and Magic Chess Royale for free on May 21.
So if you're looking for a fun way to explore ancient history, hop on while you can.
Source: Ubisoft via The Verge