Missed the 10 Best Ubisoft Deals On Steam? You Can Get them from Humble Bundle!

Article by George Norman (Cybersecurity Editor)

on 31 Mar 2017

Last week, Steam held a weekend-long sale and offered discounts of up to 75% on a lot of Ubisoft games. Perhaps you heard about the sale too late, perhaps you didn’t have enough money on you at the time, perhaps something else happened and you missed out on Steam’s Ubisoft Publisher Weekend. But you know what, it doesn’t matter!

Just like Steam did a week ago, Humble Bundle is now running a weekend-long sale and it’s offering discounts of up to 75% on a lot of Ubisoft games. Just like before, the 10 games I think are most deserving of your attention are…

1. Valiant Hearts: The Great War

2014’s Valiant Hearts is a puzzle-based adventure video game that takes place during the Great War, a.k.a. World War I. With its distinctive 2D animated comic book style, the game tells the intertwining and heart-breaking story of four characters who have to survive the horrors of war.

"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 game’s official description.

During Humble Bundle’s Ubisoft Weekend, you can grab Valiant Hearts for half off.
The price is the same in Euros (€).

2. Child of Light

2014’s Child of Light is a platformer that mixes side-scrolling with role-playing elements. The Queen of the Night has stolen the sun, the moon and the stars, plunging the fairytale workd of Lemuria into darkness. Aurora, a young girl from 1895 Austria, has to fight the queen’s dark creatures, recover the stolen sun, moon and stars, and uncover her true destiny in the process.

Child of Light is discounted by 50% on the Humble Store during the Ubisoft Weekend sale.
  • Child of Light50% off, priced at priced at $7.49 instead of $14.99.
The price is the same in Euros (€).

3. Grow Up

2016’s Grow up, the sequel to 2015’s Grow Home, is an open world adventure platform video game that features a clumsy yet charming robot called BUD (that’s short for Botanical Utility Droid). BUD’s goal in this game is to piece his parental spaceship, the aptly named MOM, back together. MOM crashed into the moon and it’s up to all of MOM’s scattered ship parts.

Both games are half off on the Humble Store this weekend.
  • 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 (€).

4. Watch Dogs 2

2016’s Watch Dogs 2, the sequel to 2014’s Watch Dogs, is an open world action-adventure third person shooter that focuses on hacking. 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 as much as 40% while the original Watch Dogs is discounted by a whipping 70%.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

5. Steep

Released in December 2016, Steep is an online open world extreme sports video game that’s set in the Alps and Alaska. By playing this game you’ll have the chance to, and I quote, "master the world’s most epic mountains with skis, wingsuit, snowboard, and paraglider."

Both the Standard and the Gold Edition are discounted by 40% on the Humble Store as part of the Ubisoft Weekend sale.
  • Steep40% off, priced at $35.99 instead of $59.99.
  • Steep Gold Edition40% off, priced at $47.99 instead of $79.99. It includes the Season Pass which provides access to 3DLC packs, 10K credits, bonus helicopter tickers, and an exclusive costume.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

6. Far Cry Primal

2016’s Far Cry Primal may be a spin-off and not a main Fair Cry game, but it is the first Far Cry title to take place in the Stone Age and that’s why it made it on this list when all the other Far Cry titles that are on sale did not.

Far Cry Primal is an action-adventure video game that takes 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 are half off this weekend on the Humble Store.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

7. Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag

2013’s Black Flag is an action-adventure video game that strays from the Assassin’s Creed formula, deciding to focus on pirates instead. And that is awesome! The formula worked and Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag is often referred to as "the best pirate game ever made." Even if you don’t agree with that statement, there’s no denying that Black Flag is a properly good pirate-themed game.

"It is 1715. Pirates rule the Caribbean and have established a lawless pirate republic. Among these outlaws is a fearsome young captain named Edward Kenway. His exploits earn the respect of pirate legends like Blackbeard, but draw him into an ancient war that may destroy everything the pirates have built," says the game’s official description.

If you want to play Black Flag, you can purchase it from the Humble Store for half its original price.
The price is the same in Euros (€).

Unfortunately, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Gold Edition isn’t discounted and neither is the Season Pass.

8. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

2015’s Rainbow Six Siege is the latest installment in the series of first-person tactical shooter video games. "For the first time in Rainbow Six, players will engage in sieges, a brand-new style of assault. Enemies now have the means to transform their environments into strongholds: they can trap, fortify, and create defensive systems to prevent breach by Rainbow teams," says the game’s official description.

Rainbow Sixe Siege is discounted by 40% as part of the Humble Bundle Ubisoft Weekend. The prices are the same in Euros (€).

9. Tom Clancy’s The Division

Released in March 2016, The Division 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.

This weekend, the Standard Edition is discounted by 50% while the Gold Edition is discounted by 60%. The prices are the same in Euros (€).

10. For Honor

Released in February 2017, For Honor is an online action hack and slash video game set in a medieval world. It is in this harsh yet beautiful world that you must "carve a path of destruction through vivid, larger-than-life battlefields. Master medieval weaponry and participate in brutal, fast-paced melee combat" as a member of the Knights, Samurai, or Vikings.

Seeing that For Honor is Ubisoft’s latest game, the discount isn’t very generous.
  • For Honor 17% off, priced at $49.79 instead of $59.9.
  • For Honor Deluxe Edition14% off, priced at $60.19 instead of $69.99. Includes a Digital Deluxe Pack.
  • For Honor Gold Edition10% off, priced at $89.99 instead of $99.99. Includes the Digital Deluxe Pack and Season Pass.
The prices are the same in Euros (€).

You must have Uplay

By purchasing a Ubisoft game from the Humble Store, you’re actually getting a game key that you must redeem via Uplay. You must have an Ubisoft account to sign into Uplay and you must install the Uplay client for Windows to download and start playing the game you bought.

Visit the Ubisoft Weekend on the Humble Store to see what other games are on sale.

As is always the case with Humble Bundle, a percentage of each purchase will be donated to charity.

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