Far Cry, Assassin's Creed, And More Ubisoft Games On Sale For PS4

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PSN's massive Golden Week sale has come to an end, but fortunately, another sale has taken its place in the PlayStation Store. Right now, you can find discounts on PS4 games from Ubisoft, including some of the publisher's biggest series like Assassin's Creed, The Division, and Far Cry. Take a look at some of the best PS4 deals below.

The Assassin's Creed collection is marked down, including the latest game, Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, for just $25.79. Assassin's Creed Origins is selling for the same price. If you own neither Odyssey or Origins, consider picking up the Assassin's Creed Antiquity Pack, which bundles both for just $45. Meanwhile, Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection is over $30 off, dropping from $50 to $17.49, and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is just $15. Far Cry 5 is also discounted this week--you can get it for just $27--along with Far Cry 4 for $20 and Far Cry New Dawn for $24. Other notable deals include The Division 2, which released less than a month ago and is on sale for $48; The Crew 2, which is selling for $24; and Watch Dogs 2, available for $21.

Nearly all the best deals right now are from Ubisoft, but you can also snag Monster Hunter: World for $20 (the lowest price we've seen) as well as Anthem for $40.19.

While these sales generally last a week, the Ubisoft sale will extend until Tuesday, May 21, at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET, so you have some time to consider which games you actually want. As a heads-up, Fanatical is also running a huge sale on Ubisoft games this week, so you can get many of the below games for even cheaper on PC right now.

SHOP THIS WEEK'S PS4 GAME DEALS »

See some of our picks below, and browse the full list of discounted games in the PlayStation Store. As usual, these prices will be even cheaper for PS Plus members.

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I was actually looking into the Assassin's Creed: Rogue Remaster, but all of the videos on it say you can't even tell that it was remastered. A side by side and they look identical. MS recently gave away Rogue as a monthly game for the 360 so I guess I'll stick with that.

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Poopiesoft. Anthem? The gall! Especially after basically abandoning their userbase. Should be a class action lawsuit for Anthem owners.

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@srfilk86: Not much difference between EA and Ubisoft except Ubisoft seems to make better games on a more consistent basis, plus they don't seem to destroy studios the way EA does.

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@Barighm: Yes they're the better of two bad choices

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@Barighm: Ubisoft used to be the best publisher around back in the PS2/Xbox days. They lost their way for a bit, but it seems like they're slowly coming around, back to how they used to be. They're nowhere near as predatory as EA, Activision and Take Two. And you're correct, they do make better games and they're usually complete too, lol.