Anno 1404 History Edition is a city-building strategy game developed by Related Designs, produced by Blue Byte, and published by Ubisoft.
Ubisoft has returned with a new freebie to commemorate its 35th anniversary, following two offers that included Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell.
Ubisoft is now giving away a free copy of the Anno 1404 History Edition. The freebie is exclusively available via Ubisoft Connect on the PC platform.
Get the City building simulator before December 14, once claimed it’s yours forever to keep.
Simply go to the Ubisoft Store’s giveaway page.
Click the “Ubisoft connect” button, then enter your email address and password before clicking “Login.”
Note: You can use your Facebook, Xbox, PSN, and Twitch login credentials to create an account.
That’s it; the game has been successfully added to your Ubisoft Connect PC collection.
Use the Ubisoft Connect PC app to play the game.
If the Ubisoft Connect client is not installed. The Ubisoft Connect PC client is available here[218 MB].
About Anno 1404 History Edition
This is a modern-day remaster of the original game.
Anno 1404 is the fourth installment in Ubisoft’s economic strategy franchise. If you want to experience life as a colony of colonists in the 15th century, then this is the adventure for you!
The games let you colonize and build settlements on islands. There are factories and farms that can be used to grow a happy population. There are also a lot of opportunities for diplomacy or war with other states.
Apart from the base game, the History Edition contains the Venice DLC.
The Venice expansion includes co-op and competitive multiplayer modes, as well as several updates that ensure the game runs flawlessly on modern platforms.
Anno 1404 – History Edition Minimum System Requirements
- OS: Windows 7.
- Processor: FX 4130 – 3.9 GHz, I3-3220 – 3.3 GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM.
- Graphics: GTX 660, R7 265.
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 7.8 GB available space
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