- The latest discounted event on the Ubisoft Store is Lunar New Year Sale, and it has brought a hefty ton of exciting discounts.
- The ongoing selection of deals features up to 80% on select games, such as Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Assassin’s Creed Origins, and Watch Dogs Legion Ultimate Edition.
- The sale will run until February 1st, ending at 3 p.m. UTC on that day.
Moreover, earlier this month, Ubisoft Plus was discounted to $1 for new members, so it’s safe to say that we’re steadily marching ahead with the discount season during this period.
As for the recently arriving Lunar New Year Sale event, Ubisoft has slapped on enticing discounts on multiple different titles, including the ones that comprise its range of AAA games, such as Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6 — which is the latest iteration in the Far Cry franchise — and even Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.
The maximum amount of savings that you can have in the wake of this discounted deal goes as high as 80%, where games like Assassin’s Creed Origins and Watch Dogs Legion Ultimate Edition can be bought for surprisingly low prices.
It’s worth mentioning that this general promotion encompasses most Ubisoft games and their relevant content in one way or the other. That is to say, some games have different editions to their name, including a battle, and a P
From the arrival of some lesser-known titles such as Riders Republic and Anno 1800 at the forefront of the savings occasion to other big hits like Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 and Ghost Recon Breakpoint making waves across the board, the time is nigh for players to take full advantage of some of Ubisoft’s greatest hits.
Not too long ago, the Bargain Bin sale was live on the Ubisoft Store as well, offering a similar advantage as the currently popping Lunar New Year Sale.
Although Ubisoft Plus, the gaming subscription service offered by Ubisoft, doesn’t have any extra purchasable tiers, unlike PlayStation Plus, a recent GOG survey has suggested otherwise. The latter features a question where there’s explicit mention of Ubisoft Gold, Ubisoft Ultimate, and Ubisoft Deluxe.
It’s unclear whether the developer would be introducing something like that in actuality, as something similar popped up some time ago as well, but nothing came to light after that.
What has us fairly more interested though, is the possibility that Ubisoft Massive’s future games could include monetization, such as the upcoming Avatar adaptation and whatnot.
You can also expect to see more of Ubisoft’s new open-world Star Wars game in 2023 that is going to repeatedly utilize Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s “Snowdrop” engine. It is worth mentioning that The Division 2 is a visually striking game with modern aesthetics, so this particular engine is doing its job well indeed.
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