Are you in need of hundreds of hours of open-world RPG adventure? You are lucky. new Doctrine killer Explosion sale means Valhalla Other titles are very cheap now. And don’t worry, some of the older ones are also heavily discounted.
The sale was launched ahead of Ubisoft’s Forward presentation on September 10 as the French publisher is set to reveal the future of Doctrine killer Franchise business. who – which It is said to include New details about Assassin’s Creed Infinity And three upcoming games, including MirageAnd the red projectAnd the Project Niu / Hexie. In the meantime, Ubisoft is dropping the price of a range of games on Xbox and PlayStation through September 15th (sorry PC and Switch players).
Here are the games that have been reduced and their new price:
- Assassin’s Creed III: Remastered – $10 (usually $40)
- Assassin’s Creed Unity – $9 (usually $30)
- Assassin’s Creed Trilogy Bundle: Black Flag, Unit, and Guild – $22.50 (usually $90)
- Assassin’s Creed Rogue – Remastered $9 (usually $30)
- Assassin’s Creed Origins – $9 (usually $60)
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – $12 (usually $60)
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – $20 (usually $60)
For those following at home, this is all specialty Doctrine killer From the last decade for less than $100. If you prefer sprawling maps and loot corps to craft resources, the three newest games in the series have you covered. But if you want to go back to the traditional stealth experience, Assassin’s Creed III: Remastered It is a perfect choice to come back to. And if you skip lonliness Just because it was still broken When Ubisoft knocked it out the door in 2014, it was worth a second look, especially with the new framesets on the Xbox Series X/S and PS5.
Unfortunately, Ezio Groupwhich includes Assassin’s Creed II, Brotherhood and RevelationsNot part of the current sale. And it’s not like smaller spin-offs Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: ChinaAnd the Russia, And the India. But you can get Season Passes assetsAnd the EpicAnd the Valhalla for more than half. I stopped keeping track of everything included long ago, but if you absolutely need 500 hours of open-world stabbing, here you go.
Ubisoft’s September 10 Forward event will be its first showcase in over a year. During that time it’s been plagued by attrition, production delays, and worker complaints. The AC Sisterhood blog Existing employees were interviewed recently About the Company’s Ongoing Response to Settlement of Allegations of Misconduct which started in 2020. A group identifying itself as ABetterUbisoft invited CEO Yves Guillemot and the rest of management to give workers A seat at the table in misconduct investigations And to address other issues such as the flexibility to work from home and wage increases during a period of unprecedented inflation. Ubisoft has rejected the demands so far.
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