Need hundreds of hours of open world RPG adventure? You’re lucky. A new Assassin’s Creed boom means sell Valhalla and other titles are currently extremely cheap. And don’t worry, some of the older ones are massively discounted too.
The sale began ahead of the Ubisoft Forward exhibition on September 10, where the French publisher is set to reveal its future Assassin’s Creed privilege. That allegedly includes new details about Assassin’s Creed Infinity and three upcoming games, incl Mirage, Project Redand Project Neo/Hexe. In the meantime, Ubisoft is slashing the price on a bunch of existing games on Xbox and PlayStation until September 15th (sorry PC and Switch gamers).
Here are the discounted games and their new price:
- Assassin’s Creed III: Remastered – $10 (regularly $40)
- Assassin’s Creed Unity – $9 (regularly $30)
- Assassin’s Creed Triple Pack: Black Flag, Unity, Syndicate – $22.50 (usually $90)
- Assassin’s Creed Rogue – Remastered $9 (regularly $30)
- Assassin’s Creed Origins – $9 (usually $60)
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – $12 (usually $60)
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – $20 (usually $60)
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For those watching at home, this is all important Assassin’s Creed of the last decade for under $100. If you prefer sprawling maps and looting corpses for resources, the last three games in the series have you covered. But if you want to go back to the more traditional stealth experience, Assassin’s Creed III: Remastered it’s a perfect one to come back to. And if you missed it Unity overall because it was still broken when Ubisoft blew it in 2014, it’s worth a second look, especially with the new framerates on Xbox Series X/S and PS5.
Unfortunately, The Ezio Collectionwhich includes Assassin’s Creed II, Brotherhood and Revelations, is not part of the current sale. Neither are the smaller episodic spin-offs like Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China, Russia, and India. But you can get season passes Origin, Odysseyand Valhalla for more than half. I stopped watching everything they included a long time ago, but if you’re in desperate need of 500 hours of open-world stabbing, here it is.
Ubisoft’s September 10th Forward event will be its first exhibition in a year. During this time, it is plagued by attrition, production delays and employee complaints. The AC Sisterhood blog recently interviewed current employees about the company’s ongoing response to a settlement with allegations of misconduct which started in 2020. A group calling itself ABetterUbisoft has called on CEO Yves Guillemot and the rest of management to give employees they sit at the table in misconduct investigations and address other issues such as work-from-home flexibility and wage increases during a period of unprecedented inflation. Ubisoft has so far dismissed the claims.