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Save up to 75% in the Humble Ubisoft sale

Thought that Humble was just about bundles? It’s actually a year-round digital storefront, too, and that means it gets sales – and the Humble Ubisoft sale is a good one.

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Thought that Humble was just about bundles? It’s actually a year-round digital storefront, too, and that means it gets sales – and the Humble Ubisoft sale is a good one.

Sales are all well and good, but it’s very rare to see the newest stuff in them. The previous season’s fashion; end of line stock; last year’s blockbusters.

But every now and then, a sale comes along with something shiny and new in it, a glint of gold in the muddy water. In the current Humble Ubisoft sale, that’s 33% off Assassin’s Creed Origins, a game we rated on release in October, recently rejuvenated by the addition of paid DLC and the free Discovery Tour.

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Other relatively new – or at least, recently updated – games in the Ubisoft sale include 50% off South Park: The One With the Stupid Butt Pun in the Title, 50% off Steep, 66% off For Honor, and a range of discounts on Rainbow Six Siege and its additional content.

Other highlights include 55% off Ghost Recon Wildlands, 60% off the brilliant Star Trek: Bridge Crew, 66% off the not-as-stupid-as-it-first-looked Watch Dogs 2, and a whopping 75% off South Park: The Stick of Truth.

There are also big discounts on a raft of older Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed, and Tom Clancy-themed titles. And, erm, Tetris Ultimate.

As is usually the case with the Humble Store, these are all PC titles, with some Mac, Linux, and VR options available. Be mindful of the symbol keys for each game; almost all are available to redeem on Ubisoft’s Uplay service, but only a select few can be redeemed via Steam.


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