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Ubisoft's Bargain Bin Sale Drops Huge Discounts On A Lot Of PC Games

Ubisoft's first big sale of the year discounts more than 100 PC games, including Rainbow Six Siege, The Division 2, and more.

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Holiday sales may be in our rearview mirror at this point, but that doesn't mean you can't save some money on games this month. Unsurprisingly, companies have already started to kick off their new year deals, with Ubisoft hosting its Bargain Bin sale on its digital store. This sale discounts more than 100 PC games, all of which redeem on Uplay. The Ubisoft Store Bargain Bin sale runs until January 13, so if you're interested in something to play while we wait for new releases, now's a great time to stock up.

Rainbow Six Siege sees its price drop from $20 to $8, though it's important to note this is the base edition of the game. That means you'll have to unlock the base operators with in-game currency and purchase the DLC operators separately. Unfortunately, the Deluxe, Gold, and Ultimate editions are not discounted in the Bargain Bin sale.

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Similar to Siege, The Division 2's base game is discounted to $9 from $30. This doesn't include the Year 1 pass or the Warlords of New York expansion, but The Division 2 still provides plenty of content and gameplay on its own. Its lengthy campaign and various side missions can have you playing upwards of 30 hours, and if you're interested in more, you can purchase the Warlords of New York expansion for another $9.

There are plenty more games on sale, including some of Ubisoft's greatest classic franchises like Splinter Cell, Prince of Persia, and more. You can see them all at the Ubisoft Store, and if you're in the market for even more games, then you still have a chance to snag some games from PlayStation's holiday deals, which run until January 19, and Xbox's first sale of 2021.

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