Assassin’s Creed Origins – get 33% off this Crazy Wednesday!

Still on the fence about Assassin’s Creed Origins? Despite the glowing reviews, the lovely awards, and great post-launch content?

Perhaps, like early 2010’s singer-songwriter Jessie J, you’re all about the price tag. If so, you might be swayed by this week’s Crazy Wednesday offer at the Ubisoft Store, which – until midnight tonight – sees the prices of the Standard, Deluxe and Gold Editions decrease by thirty-three English percent on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

That puts the Standard Edition in the low £30s, and the Gold Edition (which includes the Season Pass) at around £50.

Still not biting at those prices? Why, you make Martin Lewis look like a profligate Russian oligarch! Final offer: take the discount one step further by cashing in 100 Ubisoft Club Points (earned by completing challenges in Ubisoft games) to get a further 20% off.

Now that you’re fully on-board, click here to visit the Ubisoft Store page for Assassin’s Creed Origins. The offer ends at midnight tonight, the 24th January 2018.

For more on Assassin’s Creed Origins check out our previous coverage, and stay tuned for all the latest.

Assassin's Creed Origins

Assassin's Creed Origins

Release date — October 27th, 2017
Developer — Ubisoft Montreal
PEGI 18+
Amongst the Great Pyramids, the last pharaohs, and myths of Ancient Egypt, the Assassin's Brotherhood was born. Follow Bayek, a protector of Egypt, as the origin story of the Brotherhood unfolds against the backdrop of one of history’s greatest empires, plunging players into a living world where epic battles will be fought and ancient secrets discovered. Experience Assassin's Creed Origins' new action-RPG elements that allow players to level and customize their own version of Bayek with unique gear and powerful weapons before taking on foes in a new combat system designed to offer more tactical freedom than ever before in the franchise. Likewise, a new quest experience gives players the opportunity to explore and uncover the mysteries of Ancient Egypt at their own pace.
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