The original four games from the Anno series, 1602, 1503, 1701, and 1404, are receiving re-releases through a new History Collection. Support for Windows 10, 4K resolution, and more are included.
Ubisoft is celebrating gamescom by hosting a free-to-play week for its city-building strategy game Anno 1800. The next two pieces of DLC heading to the game were also detailed today.
Ubisoft has revealed that its city-building title Anno 1800 has become the fastest selling game in the entirety of the series. The game launched on Uplay and on the Epic Games Store.
In anticipation of Anno 1800's arrival on the 16, Blue Byte and Ubisoft have organized an open beta period between April 12 and 14. You can preload the game now via the Epic Games Launcher or Uplay.
The upcoming city-building title of Ubisoft Anno 1800 will soon be removed from Steam, as the publisher is once again moving over to the Epic Games Store. Steam pre-purchases will still be honored.
Ubisoft Blue Byte's upcoming Anno 1800 has been hit with a delay, as the studio has decided to push back the launch from February to April. The upcoming closed beta will kick off as planned.
In honor of the two decade milestone since the release of Anno 1602, Ubisoft is giving it away until December 23. Furthermore, details about Anno 1800's closed beta have been shared as well.