Immortals: Fenyx Rising demo will be Available for free on Stadia in December

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Immortals: Fenyx Rising demo: Ubisoft has unveiled a few major games this fall but has one big release coming before the end of the year. Immortal: Fenyx Rising will fully launch on December 3, but you can now play the demo version of the game for free at Stadia until December 21st.

If you remember, earlier this year, Google worked on three demos in upcoming games that were free for everyone to play at Stadia. The biggest was Immortals: Fenyx Rising, a play based on Greek mythology. While the demo is not particularly long, players can spend a lot of time exploring the open world of that demo and know the physics of the game.

When will Immortals: Fenyx Rising demo be on Stadia

That demo originally lasted only a week, but starting today, Immortals: Fenix Rising Demo returns to Stadia for free and will stick for a while. The full match is expected to be unveiled to Stadia and other platforms on December 3, but the Stadia demo will be available for everyone to try on December 21st.

If you missed your chance to break the legends in Greece last month (or if you just want to get inside), you can play a special demo at Stadia right away, for free, right now.

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Immortals Fenyx Rising demo will be available at Stadia until December 21. And don’t forget to pre-order the full game at the Stadia store for USD 59.99 or € 69.99. Immortals Fenyx Rising kicks off at Stadia on December 3rd.

You can play Immortals: Fenyx Remo demo now in Stadia. $ 9.99 / month Stadia Pro subscription is not required.

Ubisoft’s Immortals Fenyx Rising is coming soon, and they have recently unveiled some of their upcoming content.

Immortals Fenyx Rising will be released on Thursday, December 3, at Christmas time!

There is a pre-bonus claim that comes with a game called ‘History of Fire and Lightning’.

Ubisoft has written a joke about what’s to come, and it looks pretty cool.

The first of these clips show the “New God”. Anything new is fun so this content can be heroes!

The clip then moves on to “Myths of the Eastern Empire”. Jaw-dropping fields (and drawings) will greet you as you progress in your quest for myth.

“The Lost Gods” put an end to the mockery of the video, so expect some great new challenges.

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