Of course, Ubisoft offers plenty more than just men in hoods, and with that in mind here are our picks of the bunch.
You can grab open-world shooter Far Cry 5 and experience its insane cult-focused action for just £16.49. This one offers a huge area to explore and hundreds of objectives to complete for less than twenty quid!
If you’re a big fan of shooters, but prefer your action more tactical and multiplayer-focused, then Rainbow Six: Siege is on sale (as well as plenty of DLC) in multiple varieties. The Gold Edition is £24.99 and includes the game, Year 1 operators and a pass for Year 4 content. Meanwhile, the Ultimate Edition allows you to skip ahead and unlock all four years’ worth of content. That one is also 50 per cent off at £40.49.
If you’d rather fling bad language than bullets, then you can head down to the quiet mountain town of South Park in superhero send-up The Fractured But Whole for just £12.49 – that’s 75 per cent off!
If you’re looking for an excellent RPG/shooter hybrid, you could do a lot worse than the exceptional Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. The game, which only launched in March, is £26.99 at the moment, so get some friends together and liberate Washington D.C.
Rounding up Ubisoft’s biggest deals are criminally under-rated Watch Dogs 2 for just £10.99 (perfect to acquaint yourself with before the sequel arrives next year), and a bunch of backwards compatible Xbox and Xbox 360 titles including the entire Splinter Cell series at between 50 and 60 per cent off. If you haven’t played the excellent Chaos Theory from the original Xbox, now is your chance.
That isn’t all. If you’re looking to see what the fuss surrounding Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is about, you can upgrade from Xbox Live Gold for just £2 for your first two months.
That’ll get you access to Gears 5’s Ultimate Edition in just a few days, while also opening up plenty of other Game Pass titles for you – including the spooky Blair Witch, which launches tomorrow.
Stay tuned to the Express as we’re hoping to hear about the new Games With Gold on offer very shortly – and with PlayStation Plus offering two substantial titles for subscribers, Microsoft will really need to knock it out of the park.
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