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Ubisoft is having a big blowout sale before E3 2019

Save between 20 and 90% on games from all of Ubisoft’s biggest franchises, plus less well-known games, and some collectables



Ubisoft E3 sale 2019

Save between 20 and 90% on games from all of Ubisoft’s biggest franchises, plus less well-known games, and some collectables.

Ubisoft is planning a big E3 in 2019. While Far Cry took centre stage last year and Assassin’s Creed is taking a year off, this year looks like Watch Dogs’ time to shine. Oh, and a little game called Beyond Good & Evil 2 that people are excited about. And something to do with roller skates, if the leaks are to be revealed.

Ubisoft’s E3 2019 presser is on Sunday at 1 pm Pacific (9 pm BST). Check our guide for more of the E3 schedule, and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and bookmark our E3 2019 landing page. We’ll have more coverage on Ubisoft’s games during E3 week.


But before E3 kicks off, Ubisoft is having a pre-E3 (pre-3?) sale on the Ubisoft store. It’s, frankly, pretty massive. There are nearly 350 discounted items, with up to 90% off in some cases. The majority of the sale features digital versions of PC games and DLC, but there’s also some PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games on offer. You’ll even find a handful of bits and bobs for PS3 and Xbox 360, plus a selection of figurines and collectables, if you like, erm, non-functional rabbids amiibo without any NFC capability?

Ubisoft E3 sale – highlights

  • Watch Dogs – 80% off
  • Watch Dogs 2 – 80% off
  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – 60% off
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins – 70% off
  • Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection – 33% off
  • Far Cry 5 – 67% off
  • Far Cry New Dawn – 50% off
  • The Division 2 Gold Edition – 33% off

There are also discounts on Ubisoft’s big esports titles, like Rainbow Six Siege, strategy games like Anno and The Settlers, open-world racer The Crew, the juvenile South Park RPGs, and its secret best game, Steep.

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