10 Best Deals on Ubisoft Games (Steam Weekend Sale)
Article by George Norman
On 24 Mar 2017
Steam is running a weekend-long sale and it’s giving you the chance to save some money on Ubisoft games. Lots of titles are discounted as part of Steam’s Ubisoft Publisher Weekend, some by as much as 75%. I went over the list and picked the 10 best deals that you should know about.

The Ubisoft Publisher Weekend ends on Monday, March 27, at 10AM Pacific Time.

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1. Valiant Hearts: The Great War



Developed by Ubisoft Montpellier and released to the public in the summer of 2014, Valiant Hearts is a puzzle-based adventure video game with a 2D animated comic book style. It tells the intertwining story of four characters who are caught in a world torn apart and have to survive the horror of World War I.

"In Valiant Hearts, the lives of all these characters are inextricably drawn together over the course of the game. Friendship, love, sacrifice and tragedy befall each one as they help each other to retain their humanity against the horrors of war," says the official Valiant Hearts website.

As part of Steam’s Ubisoft Publisher Weekend, you can get Valiant hearts for half the regular price. The price is the same in Euros (€).

Valiant Hearts is discounted on Ubisoft’s own online store as well, but only in Europe. While the US Ubisoft Store offers the game for $14.99, the EU store offers it for €7.49.


2. Child of Light



Created by Ubisoft Montréal and released to the public in the spring of 2014, Child of Light is a platformer that mixes side-scrolling with role-playing elements. The game takes place in the lost fairytale world of Lemuria where the Queen of the Night stole the sun, the moon and the stars and it’s holding them captive. It’s up to Aurora, a young girl from 1895 Austria, to fight the dark creatures of the Queen of the Night, recover the sun, moon and stars, and uncover her true destiny.

Just like Valiant Hearts, Child of Light is offered for half the price during Steam’s Ubisoft Publisher Weekend.
  • Child of Light50% off, priced at priced at $7.49 instead of $14.99.
The price is the same in Euros (€).

Child of Light is discounted by 50% on the Ubisoft Store as well. The US and the EU online store.


3. Grow Up



Grow Up, an open world adventure platform video game developed by Ubisoft Reflections and released in August 2016, is the sequel to 2015’s Grow Home. BUD (Botanical Utility Droid), the clumsy yet charming robot from the original game is back, and this time his mission is to piece his parental spaceship MOM back together. It’s up to BUD to find MOM’s scattered ship parts and return them to the moon.

Both Grow Up and Grow Home are discounted by 50% on Steam.
  • Grow Up50% off, priced at $4.99 instead of $9.99.
  • Grow Home50% off, priced at $3.99 instead of $7.99
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

On the US Ubisoft Store, Grow Up and Grow Home are discounted by 50% as well.


4. Watch Dogs 2



Watch Dogs 2 (2016) isn’t as dark and as serious as the original Watch Dogs game (2014), and that is definitely a good thing. In Watch Dogs 2 you play as the brilliant young hacker Marcus Holloway and fight the corrupt corporations that are using the ctOS 2.0 operating system to monitor and manipulate citizens on a massive scale. Team up with the Dedsec crew, an elite group of hackers, and expose the hidden dangers of ctOS 2.0.

Watch Dogs 2 is discounted by 41% on Steam and Watch Dogs is discounted by 70%.
  • Watch Dogs 241% off, priced at $35.39 instead of $5.99 for the Standard Edition, $41.29 instead of $69.99 for the Deluxe Edition, and $58.99 instead of $99.99 for the Gold Edition.
  • Watch Dogs70% off, priced at $8.99 instead of $29.99.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

Watch Dogs and Watch Dogs 2 are discounted on Ubisoft’s online store as well.


5. Steep



Steep is an online open world extreme sports video game that was released in December 2016. Set in the Alps and Alaska, it gives you the chance to "master the world’s most epic mountains with skis, wingsuit, snowboard, and paraglider."

Both the Standard and the Gold Edition are discounted by 50% on Steam, as part of the Ubisoft Publisher Weekend.
  • Steep50% off, priced at $29.99 instead of $59.99 for the standard edition and $39.99 instead of $79.99 for the Gold Edition.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

On the US Ubisoft Store, Steep is discounted by 40%. One the EU Ubisoft Store, Steep Standard is discounted by 50% just like on Steam.


6. Far Cry Primal



Every main game in the series from 2008’s first Far Cry up to 2014’s Far Cry 4 are on sale, discounted by as much as 66%. I decided not to focus on the main games and focus on a spin-off instead: 2016’s Far Cry Primal, the first game in the series to take place in the Stone Age.

You are a hunter called Takkar and you are stranded in the untamed land of Oros. Takkar’s hunting group was ambushed and he is the only one to survive. On his own, he must use his extensive set of skills to survive savage animal attacks and hostile bands of rival hunters.

Far Cry Primal and Far Cry Primal Apex Edition are both discounted by 50% on Steam.
  • Far Cry Primal50% off, priced at $24.99 instead of $49.99 for the Standard Edition and $27.49 instead of $54.99 for the Primal Apex Edition.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

Far Cry Primal is similarly discounted on Ubisoft’s online store.


7. Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag



Lots of Assassin’s Creed titles are discounted as part of Steam’s Ubisoft Publisher Weekend, including Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, which is often referred to as "the best pirate game ever made." And while you might argue that Sid Meier’s Pirates will always be the best pirate game ever, there’s no denying that Black Flag is a properly good pirate-themed game.

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag is offered for half the price during Steam’s Ubisoft Publisher Weekend. The prices are the same in Euros (€).

Steam US offeres the Gold Edition for 50% off, priced at $24.99 instead of $49.99. Steam EU offers the Deluxe Edition also for 50% off, priced at €14.99 instead of €29.99.


8. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege



Rainbow Six Siege, the first-person tactical shooter that was released in December 2015, is the latest installment in the acclaimed Rainbow Siege franchise. "The Siege is a brand-new style of gameplay embracing the reality of counter-terrorist operatives across the world: intense and asymmetrical close-quarters combat between attackers and defenders," explains the official Rainbow Six Siege website.

The standard Rainbow Six Siege game is half off on Steam. All the other editions are discounted as well, but not by as much.
  • Rainbow Six Siege50% off, priced at $19.99 instead of $39.99.
  • Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 Gold Edition30% off, priced at $48.99 instead of $69.99.
  • Rainbow Six Siege Complete Edition33% off, priced at $60.29 instead of $89.99.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is similarly discounted on Ubisoft’s online store.


9. Tom Clancy’s The Division



Since I’ve already listed Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, why not list Tom Clancy’s The Division as well? Released in March 2016, this is an online-only open world third-person shooter video game set in a near future New York City. A pandemic spreads through New York City and it’s up to you to restore order and investigate the source of the virus.

The Standard Edition is discounted by half and the Gold Edition is discounted even more than that.
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division50% off, priced at $24.99 instead of $49.
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division Gold Edition60% off, priced at $35.99 instead of $89.99.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

You can get the same discount by purchasing Tom Clancy’s The Division from Ubisoft’s online store instead.


10. For Honor



I was hesitant about putting For Honor on this list, mainly because it has mixed reviews and because the discount isn’t very generous. But then again, this hack & slash fighting game is Ubisoft’s newest release so… I couldn’t just pass it up.

The Standard Edition is discounted by 17% while the Deluxe and Gold Edition are discounted by 20%.
  • For Honor17% off, priced at $49.79 instead of $59.99.
  • For Honor Deluxe or Gold20% off, priced at $55.99 instead of $69.99 and $79.99 instead of $99.99.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

For Honor is similarly discounted on Ubisoft’s online store as well.


Check out the Ubisoft Publisher Weekend on Steam to see what other games are on sale.

And keep in mind that the sale ends on Monday, March 27, at 10AM Pacific Time.


In related news...

Humble Bundle is running a weekend-long sale as well, offering discounts of up to 75% on many Square Enix games. Check out my top 10 picks.




Tags: Valve, Steam, Ubisoft, sale, video game, publisher weekend, Valiant Hearts The Great War, Child of Light, Grow Up, Watch Dogs 2, Steep, Far Cry Primal, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, For Honor
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