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With its Play to Learn program, Ubisoft donates games to facilitate the learning of coding and history by young people

With its Play to Learn program, Ubisoft donates games to facilitate learning to code and of history by young people

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Video game publisher Ubisoft has announced the donation of four games to the education community as part of its Play to Learn program. 

Among the games offered, Rabbids Coding!, Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt, Valiant Hearts: The Great War and Anno 1602: History Edition will allow young people to familiarize themselves with programming in a fun and challenging way.

And with the games Discovery Tour: Ancient Egypt, Valiant Hearts: The Great Warand Anno 1602: History Edition, young people will have the opportunity to dive into the heart of different periods of history.

For Mickaël Newton, group manager of In-game sponsorship, “video games are a dynamic and interactive way of helping players to develop skills and gain knowledge. We work, for example, with teachers who use Discovery Tour in the classroom to teach history. The Play to Learn program gives us the ability to go the extra mile and bring a stimulating and innovative learning experience to a wider audience through our games.”

Other games will be added in the future, writes Ubisoft.

Visit this link to learn more about the Play to Learn program.

The four games offered by Ubisoft to the school world

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