Black Friday Sale in the Ubisoft Store: Up to 75 percent discount

The bargain hunters among you looking for a particularly affordable game should these days to the Ubisoft Store pay a visit. There is currently a large-scale one there Black Friday Sale instead, where you can buy numerous titles particularly cheaply.

How long is the Black Friday sale in the Ubisoft Store?

The starting shot for the sales campaign was given yesterday Wednesday 17th November 2021, the end of the sale is for the 29. November planned. So you have two weeks to browse the offers and the numerous discounts from up to 75 percent to benefit.

Furthermore there is a voucher code, with which you get an additional discount in the amount of 20 percent on your shopping cart. It reads “BF20”, but does not apply to pre-orders, virtual currency packages, merchandise and Ubisoft +.

What highlights are there in the Black Friday sale?

If action is your thing, the first person shooter Far Cry 6 could be the game for you. As part of the campaign, it currently costs only 49.79 instead of 59.99 euros. The multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege, which you can buy for 9.90 euros, is also very action-packed. Usually it costs 29.99 euros.

If, on the other hand, you are looking for a more leisurely gameplay, the Anno 1800 expansion game for currently only 24 euros should be interesting for you. You can also grab the action adventure Assassin’s Creed Valhalla at a bargain price. Here are some of the offers at a glance:

  • Year 1800 – 24 Euro
  • Far Cry 6 – 49,79 Euro
  • Rainbow Six Siege – 9,90 Euro
  • Riders Republic – 44,99 Euro
  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – 29,99 Euro
  • Assassin’s Creed Origins – 18 Euro
  • Ghost Recon Breakpoint – 24 Euro
  • The settlers 7 – 7.49 euros
  • The Division 2 – 24 Euro

Those: Ubisoft Store

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