Ubisoft titles hardly ever go on sale. More specifically, they hardly ever go on a good sale. Now, however, it seems the folks over at Humble Bundle have managed to wriggle a deal out of the publisher. Thanks to the Humble Ubisoft sale, you can get games like Assassin’s Creed: Origins for 33% off!
Humble Bundle is no stranger to adding all sorts of titles to their sales, but newer titles hardly ever make the cut. Currently, Humble Bundle is having a Humble Ubisoft sale which discounts up to 75% on some Ubisoft titles. It also includes, as you might have guessed from the first couple of lines (and likely the headline too), Assassin’s Creed: Origins. Origins is the company’s newest game, and 33% off is a pretty good deal! It is an even better deal, considering its status as one of the best Assassin’s Creed titles in recent years. For reference, Hans and I absolutely love the game.
The Humble Ubisoft sale also features titles such as South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Steep for 50% off, and For Honor for 66% off. There are also a bunch of deals on various Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon titles such as Ghost Recon: Wildlands for 55% off and Ghost Recon: Future Soldier for 66% off.
The entire list of discounted titles can be viewed on the Humble Bundle Store, and let me tell you, it is bigger than I thought!
Personal recommendations are:
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – 55% for 27 USD
- Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist – 66% off for $10.20 USD
- Assassin’s Creed: Origins – 33% off for $40 USD
- Watch Dogs 2 – 66% off for $21 USD
- Anno 2070 – 75% off for $7.50 USD
All in all, the deals are pretty much some of the best. They are even better when you consider that most of the proceeds go toward charity. So you may as well get the game you want.
All games in the Humble Ubisoft sale are games for Microsoft Windows and must be redeemed via UPlay.
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