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Ubisoft Store is offering 75% off family games, sale ends November 9th

One of the biggest names in the gaming industry, Ubisoft certainly needs no introduction when it comes to popular game franchises. This is the famous developer behind the Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Tom Clancy’s and Watch Dogs series to name a few, not to mention a number of other companies as well.

At the moment, the Ubisoft Store has an interesting sale on family games. A select number of titles have gone up to 75% off, so if you’ve been meaning to get something fun and entertaining for your family to play together, now is the best time to take advantage of some great deals.

The summary:

  • The month of November is going to be totally tasty for Ubisoft fans as the French-based developer is offering attractive deals and discounts for the entire 30-month period.
  • From November 2nd to November 9th, the Ubisoft Store will be offering discounts of up to 75% off a number of different titles. The sale is bound to end at 10:00 UTC on November 9th.
  • The key title featured in the family games sale is Immortals Fenyx Rising – Standard Edition. The game can be purchased at a discounted price of 67% currently for a total of $19.80.

The Ubisoft Store will be offering weekly deals throughout the month of November. Each week it will offer stellar discounts around a specific game or category of games. We’re really excited to see what Black Friday deals have in store for curious gamers. There is a lot of buying potential in this period.

Discount on family games in the Ubisoft store

Some of the best games in this sale include Trackmania, UNO, Scott Pilgrim Vs the World: The Game, Rayman 3, Trackmania 2 Stadium, Rayman Forever and of course the star of the show Immortals Fenyx Rising, but only the the standard edition of the title, mind you.

The latter in particular is 67% off right now, so you can grab the game for around $19.80 on the Ubisoft Store for PC. If you are a person who likes to play with his friends, family and acquaintances, this occasion can help you save a lot and enjoy in a later way as well.

Some other updates to look out for include more song additions to the bustling song library of Rocksmith+, Ubisoft’s interactive music lesson game that teaches you the ins and outs of playing the guitar. Additionally, more indie games have arrived at the forefront of the Ubisoft Store.

  1. Build your deck and immerse yourself in a terrifying imaginary world in Iris and the Giant, a collectible card game with RPG elements by Louis Rigaud.
  2. If management simulation games are more your thing, you can run your own cat cafe in Calico.
  3. For a co-op puzzle experience, be sure to check out Death Squared, which lets you team up to guide a robot to its goal, facing all kinds of dangers along the way.

Suggested reading: Immortals sequel Fenyx Rising is like a spin-off, suggests Industry Insider.

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