Save up to 70% on Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, The Division and more in Humble Store’s Ubisoft sale

Matt Sayer 20 February 2018 NEWS

The developer's entire catalogue is deeply discounted for the next week only.

If there's one thing Ubisoft does better than nearly any other big video game developer, it's supporting its games. Years after their release, titles like For Honor, Ghost Recon Wildlands and Rainbow Six Siege continue to receive patches and new content, often for free.

Not only does this approach reward the loyal player base that sticks with Ubisoft's games, it gives those who passed on the titles when they first came out reason to reconsider. Coupled with the fact that games get cheaper faster than ever these days, Ubisoft's back catalogue remains relevant long after the excitement of launch.

If you too gave The Division or Watch Dogs 2 a miss back when they first released, now is the time to give them a second chance. Humble Store is throwing a massive sale on all Ubisoft's titles, slashing prices of even the developer's most recent titles by as much as 70%. Just take a look at some of our top picks in the table below or head over to Humble Store to browse the deals for yourself.

All prices have been converted into AUD for your convenience.

Game Regular price Discounted price Buy it
Steep $42.27 $21.13 Go to site
For Honor $75.81 $25.41 Go to site
Watch Dogs 2 $77.02 $26.18 Go to site
The Division $75.81 $30.30 Go to site
Ghost Recon Wildlands $75.81 $34.11 Go to site
Assassin's Creed Origins $77.02 $50.79 Go to site

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