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Assassin's Creed Origins, South Park Fractured But Whole, And Other Black Friday 2017 Deals In Ubisoft PC Game Sale

Pick up the new Assassin's Creed and a backpack to match at a discount right now.


Not content to just let retailers provide discounts on its own products, Ubisoft has launched its own Black Friday sale for the big shopping day. In addition to dropping the price of many of the publisher's newest PC games, you'll also find deals on its older games and a variety of merchandise themed around those games, ranging from South Park figurines to Assassin's Creed clothing.

On the game side, even Ubisoft's most recent releases are on sale for PC. South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Assassin's Creed Origins are $40 each, both of which launched just last month. A variety of versions of Rainbow Six Siege are discounted, the cheapest of which gets you the base game for $20. For Honor drops to $24, while Ghost Recon: Wildlands drops to $30. Other deals of note include Star Trek: Bridge Crew for $30 and Watch Dogs 2 for $16.

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As for merchandise, you can pick up a South Park: Fractured But Whole figurine of Mysterion for $40 (down from $50) or a Coon tricycle for $60 (from $80). A Wildlands backpack can be had for $30 (from $60), Rainbow Six Siege figurines are $15 each (from $20), and an Assassin's Creed canvas backpack is $48 (from $60).

These prices are available from now until November 26; you can see everything on sale here. At least in the case of the games, you may want to do some comparison shopping--there haven't been a ton of deals on PC games announced so far, although GOG and the Humble Store have both launched their respective Black Friday sales. Steam is expected to do the same on November 22. You can check out all of our Black Friday coverage through the links below.

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