Anyone can walk around the virtual world.
Interactive tours from Assassin's Creed Origins and Odyssey games are now free for PC users. To get them, you had to add to the Uplay library from May 14 to 21.
Interactive tours are educational modes in which users can stroll through the recreated locations of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece. You can explore them yourself or as part of excursions. Tours are available in isolation from the games themselves - they do not have gameplay mechanics like battles or quests. The action is part of the Play Your Part campaign, Play at Home, to motivate people to study without leaving their home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ubisoft previously distributed Assassin's Creed II, Rayman Legends, and Child of Light in a similar fashion.