Beginning today, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and tons of other popular Ubisoft games are being discounted as part of its 2021 Lunar New Year Sale. This sale is running alongside the Epic Game Store’s Spring Sale, which also has Assassin’s Creed Valhalla featured in it. For players who have been waiting to purchase the game, this is the best time ever to think about it.
Financially, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla has been massive for Ubisoft, being accountable for a record-breaking quarter. On the other hand, players have not totally shared in Ubisoft’s contentment in the game.
As a matter of fact, players have blamed Ubisoft for sacrificing Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s expansion to implement additional microtransactions. There have also been bugs that have plagued players. Fortunately for fans who might be scared off by the tepid reception, there are several other fun games available in the Lunar New Year sale, which concludes on Sunday, February 21.
If the microtransaction accusations and bug issues are of no concern, the Ubisoft Store has the standard version of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla discounted at $50, down 17% from its usual cost of $60. The gold edition can be bought for $80 (20% off), and the ultimate edition can be purchased for $96 rather than $120 (also 20% off).
If Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is not at the top of players’ wish lists, probably Rainbow Six Siege Deluxe Edition at $10 rather than $30 (67% off) is more enticing. Rainbow Swix Siege Ultimate Edition is also on sale at $36, which is 60% off its standard price of $90.
Other noteworthy sales include The Division 2 Ultimate Edition which is on sale at $24 rather than $80 (70% off), Ghost Recon Breakpoint Ultimate Edition at $30 rather than $120 (75% off), and both Watch Dogs Legion and Immortals Fenyx Rising selling for $40.19 each instead of their regular $60. All of these deals can be located in the Ubisoft Store and provide players a good chance to expand their existing game collections.
Ubisoft’s Lunar New Year sale consists of some extremely popular and critically acclaimed games, and for some great deals in some cases. Again, this sale is running at the same time as Epic Game Store’s sale, so players trying to get a hold of the best deals should surely shop around and compare prices.
This is also developing the excitement of the latest Ubisoft announcement about a new Star Wars open-world game. Times are more difficult than ever for a lot of people right now, so if gamers want to take a flyer on something like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, then the Ubisoft Lunar New Year sale is one of the best times to do so before it concludes on February 21.