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Save Big On The Division 2, Assassin's Creed, And More In Ubisoft's Huge Lunar New Year Sale

Save big on Ubisoft franchises for a limited time.

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The Lunar New Year is upon us and to celebrate, lots of store are having sales. Games retailers aren't missing out, either, and we've seen store-wide sales on Steam, Fanatical and Xbox Live. Ubisoft is having a sale of its own, and the publisher has some pretty good sales going if you're a fan of The Division, Assassin's Creed, or other Ubisoft series. Keep in mind, however, that these purchases are only playable on Ubisoft's own Uplay launcher.

A great flash deal on The Division 2 has ended, but you can still snag the fantastic shooter for a few bucks more during the sale. The standard edition is now going for $12, while the Gold Edition is available for $20 and the Ultimate Edition is available for $24. The premium editions were considerably cheaper during the flash sale, but if you skipped out on The Division 2 when it released a little under a year ago, it's worth grabbing the standard edition while it's that cheap and trying it out for yourself.

The current flash deal is for Ghost Recon Breakpoint, a game that left us less than impressed when it released in October. However, another flash deal will launch on January 25 and run for 48 hours, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, there are plenty of other games discounted for the next week. The Lunar New Year sale features big discounts on Rainbow Six Siege ($6), Assassin's Creed Odyssey ($24), and Far Cry 5 ($15). The sale also includes apparel and collectibles for up to 67% off. You can see our picks for the best game deals below, or check out everything on offer directly at Ubisoft. The Lunar New Year deals will be available until January 30.

Best game deals at Ubisoft

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I have most of those games and I got them at a better price. :)

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The Division 2 is really clunky and the story is quite average. Nobody should pay more than 10 dollars for that game

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How the hell can the year one pass be more than the game?

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