Welcome to the Uplay WikiEdit
This wiki features Ubisoft´s Uplay service and gives you hints, help and additional infos about the required Actions and the Rewards.
With the release of Assassin's Creed II in November 2009, Ubisoft launched the Uplay network, which is activated either in-game or via the Uplay website. Uplay allows players to connect with other gamers, and to earn rewards based on achievements in Uplay enabled games, with Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot stating that "the more you play, the more free goods you will be able to have".
In every Uplay supported Game you will have the chance to get 100 Uplay points seperated in four Actions per title. The one and only exception is Project Legacy, a Facebook game in the Assassins Creed universe, in this game you could only gain 55 points at max - because it is for free. If you beat several challenges like finish the campaign, reach a specified level or beat a boss you will awarded with Uplay points. After that you can spend these points to unlock exclusive content in any other Uplay supported title.
Right now 16 titles accross three platforms (PC, Playstation3 and Xbox360) are supported by several Uplay features.
This Wikia will help you to gain them and unlock special content in your favorite title. Don´t forget Uplay is still beta and have a few minor bugs. So you will also find here some workarounds to gain your rewards correctly.
Uplay Win helps you... win! It's designed by Ubisoft to give you the edge in the games you play already by offering up the chance to claim great free content like extra weapons and maps. Along the way, you'll get deeper into each game and experience more excitement than ever before.
Here's how it works. By completing Actions, you earn Units that you can use to claim your choice of Rewards from a stack of downloadable goodies across the Xbox 360®, PlayStation® 3 system and PC. Each Action is a task that's already part of the game. So, it might be claiming territories, finding secrets or solving a tricky section.
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