It’s called the Xbox Watch Dogs Legion Hack sale, but there’s more than just Watch Dogs savings on offer here.
Watch Dogs Legion releases next week. While Ubisoft likes to claim its games aren’t political, it’s definitely an interesting take on a near-future vision of Britain – one that doesn’t seem that far away during these pandemic end-times with a Brexit disaster looming.
The most surprising thing is that there are Watch Dogs games in the Xbox Watch Dogs Legion Hack sale. (I’m going to have to shorten that, it’s really annoying me to type out each time.)
Weird, right? I mean, nobody wants to play as Aiden Pierce in the original Watch Dogs – or in Watch Dogs Legion, other than to get him killed – but Watch Dogs 2 is an excellent romp through a beautiful rendition of present-day San Francisco.
So what is included in the Xbox Watch Dogs Legion Hack sale? A bunch of other Ubisoft games, with their cover art temporarily updated to make it look like DeadSec hacked them, of course. When you say it like that, it… makes… perfect… sense… right?
Here’s everything included in the
Xbox Watch Dogs Legion Hack sale Xbox Ubisoft publisher sale:
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – 70% off
- Far Cry 5 – 75% off
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint Ultimate Edition – 67% off
- Rainbow Six Siege Deluxe Edition – 70% off
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – 67% off
- Far Cry New Dawn – 60% off
- For Honor Standard Edition – 67%% off
- Steep – 50% off
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the First Blade – 50% off
- Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection – 70% off
- Far Cry 3 Classic Edition – 67% off
- Far Cry 4 – 67% off
- The Crew 2 Standard Edition – 70% off
- The Division 2: Warlords of New York Edition – 60% off
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Standard Edition – 70% off
- Rainbow Six Siege Year 5 Pass – 20% off
- Trials Rising – 50% off
There’s lots of Assassin’s Creed goodness in there, plus the perennially popular Rainbow Six Siege. The Crew 2 is OK, I guess, while you can also play the (absolutely not political) Tom Clancy games if you must.
The best game on that list, though? The best open-world game Ubisoft has ever made? It’s Steep. It’s always Steep.