December 18, 2020

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Save Up to 33% During the No Next-Gen, No Problem Sale

Whether it’s an Xbox Series X | S or PlayStation 5, we know some of you are still patiently awaiting the arrival of your next-gen console of choice – but you can play Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, or Immortals Fenyx Rising now. All three games are available on current generation platforms, and you can save big on all three during the Ubisoft No Next-Gen, No Problem Sale.

Starting today, you can save up to 33% on Watch Dogs: Legion, making it easier than ever to join up with DedSec and retake near-future London. Likewise, the Immortals Fenyx Rising sale also starts today, offering 33% off your battle to save the Greek pantheon from the evil Typhon. Finally, for the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla sale, you’ll be able to save up to 20% on Eivor’s epic Viking journey through medieval England.

Here are some quick links if you’re in a hurry:

Best of all, the PS4 and Xbox One versions of these games can be upgraded for free to their respective next-generation consoles when you finally get ahold of one. Through Ubisoft Connect, you can also transfer your saves from one generation to another for all three games, so if you bought the PS4 version of the game, your save will transfer over to the PS5 version when you upgrade.

For more on these and other games, be sure to check our other stories. For additional deals on Ubisoft games, visit the Ubisoft Store.

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