Ubisoft’s Bargain Bin Sale Takes Up To 75% Off On Select Titles

Expect big savings on the likes of Far Cry and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon games.

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  • Ubisoft is currently promoting its Bargain Bin Sale on its official storefront. 
  • The sale event takes up to 75% off on games like Far Cry 6. 
  • The Bargain Bin Sale will run until October 31 at 1 p.m. UTC. 

No matter the day of the month, you’ll always find Ubisoft putting up something for sale on its official storefront. This time, it’s what the people up high are calling the Bargain Bin Sale, making the likes of Far Cry 6 and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege feature pretty attractive prices. It bears mentioning that the promotional prices occurring during the sale are for PC players only. 

Some of the Best Titles on the Ubisoft Bargain Bin Sale
Some of the Best Titles on the Ubisoft Bargain Bin Sale

To begin with, you’ve got Rainbow Six Siege up for grabs at a highly discounted rate of $8. This iteration in the Tom Clancy franchise is something that holds relevancy even to this date in terms of competitive FPS multiplayer, despite coming out about 8 years ago. Next, there are relatively more latest games boasting fantastic prices thanks to the sale event at hand.

These include Watch Dogs: Legion, which is retailing for about $9 at the time of writing, as opposed to its $59.99 MSRP, and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, which can be bought for the same amount of money. An even cheaper venture, setting players less than $5, is For Honor, a melee action title from 2017 with seemingly great combat mechanics. 

An even more enticing part about the Bargain Bin Sale is that it lists a number of olden Ubisoft titles at dirt-cheap prices, including the likes of Far Cry 2, Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, Prince of Persia, Brothers in Arms – Hell’s Highway, and more. If you’re the one to show an interest in such titles, fire away and explore the catalog of the promotional event accordingly. 


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It’s worth mentioning that this time around, Ubisoft hasn’t listed any Assassin’s Creed titles for sale, though this is usually what the Sword Sale encompasses most of the time. Well, you’ve got until the 31st of this month to make whatever purchases you want on the storefront, because after that, the Bargain Bin Sale will be swapped out for another. 

In case you missed it, Ubisoft released an earnings report in recent times, declaring that it’s delayed Skull and Bones — tactical action title that’s been in development for more than 10 years — yet again. Moreover, the report employs the mention of another “large” mystery title, and that its release date has been pushed ahead as well as opposed to the company’s initial planning. Some speculate that the latter is Star Wars Outlaws. 

If you’re enjoying Mirage, the latest Assassin’s Creed title that was launched earlier this month, make sure to go through this guide of the best outfits to choose for the best results. On behalf of eXputer, Usama Mehmood rated the game 3.5/5, highlighting its fluid parkour, emphasis on stealth, but stale narrative, and microtransactions. 

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