December 18, 2018

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Save Up to 85% on Games During the Ubisoft Store Winter Sale

Want to save big on Ubisoft games over the holidays? You're in luck, because the Ubisoft Store has kicked off its winter sale, giving you a chance to snag hits like Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Far Cry 5, The Crew 2, and The Division at discounts of up to 85% off.

While you're there, keep an eye out for an opportunity to pick up a free game. Anno 1602: Creation of a New World is free from December 17-22, so act fast if you want to relive the city-building franchise's first steps. In the meantime, here's a complete list of the products on sale, as well as links to specific games:

Assassin's Creed Odyssey – Up to 50% off

Assassin's Creed Origins – Up to 67% off

Rainbow Six Siege – Up to 70% off

Far Cry 5 – Up to 60% off

Ghost Recon Wildlands – Up to 65% off

For Honor Marching Fire – Up to 50% off

Watch Dogs 2 – Up to 80% off

The Crew 2 – Up to 67% off

The Division – Up to 85% off

Visit the Ubisoft Store to start shopping, and move quickly – these deals disappear after January 5.

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