Let’s take a break from all the E3 insanity and talk about some games you can actually buy right now, in the Humble Far Cry sale.
Ubisoft had a strong showing at this year’s E3. Between The Division 2 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and of course the magical-looking Beyond Good and Evil 2, people have been rather excited about their offerings this year. The people dancing with the panda looked to be having a nice time, too, but that’s not really our thing.
While new things are being announced, however, it’s often a great time to pick up a bargain. There’s up to 50% off in the latest Nintendo eShop sale, and up to 60% off in the PlayStation best of E3 sale. Now Ubisoft are offering big discounts in one of its franchises that didn’t put in an appearance at the show this year, in the Humble Far Cry sale. And yes, that includes the latest game in the series, Far Cry 5.
Obviously you get a little less off Far Cry 5 than the older games in the Humble Far Cry sale; here’s the full run-down of discounts.
Humble Far Cry sale
- Far Cry 5 – 25% off
- Far Cry 5 Deluxe Edition – 25% off
- Far Cry 5 Gold Edition – 25% off
- Far Cry 4 – 60% off
- Far Cry 4 Gold Edition – 60% off
- Far Cry Primal – 60% off
- Far Cry Primal Digital Apex Edition – 60% off
- Far Cry 3 – 66% off
- Far Cry 3 Deluxe Edition – 66% off
- Far Cry 2 Fortune’s Edition – 60% off
- Far Cry – 60% off
Huh, that turned into chronological order. Didn’t entirely intend that. 25% off Far Cry 5 is a big saving off a brand new title, though, and at least 60% off the rest of the series isn’t to be sniffed at, either.
There’s also a bunch of DLC included in the sale, including 60% off Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon and the Far Cry 4 season pass.
As is always the way with the Humble store, these sales are for a limited time only, and will raise a stack of money for charity. The Humble Far Cry sale closes on Thursday, June 21st, at 10am PT (8pm GMT).
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