While most of the time you hear about review bombers its mostly 'bad' news, an example of this would be the Metro family of games being attacked after the announcement of Metro Exodus being a Epic Games Store exclusive.
This time round though its the other side of the coin, review bombers have taken to the Assassin's Creed Unity Steam page to show their support and thanks to Ubisoft in wake of the tragic events that have occurred at Notre Dame. If you didn't know, Ubisoft donated 500,000 EURO to the rebuilding efforts planned for Notre Dame, and also made Assassin's Creed Unity completely free until April 25th so players could experience Notre Dame virtually.
In support for Ubisoft's efforts, players have taken to the Assassin's Creed Unity Steam page. Hundreds of players have commented on the game saying that they are more than happy with what Ubisoft have done, and despite what was considered a lack-luster Assassin's Creed title it has given players a reason to give it another shot. If you are interested in checking out Notre Dame virtually, Assassin's Creed Unity is completely free on the Uplay Store until April 25th, a link can be found here.
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