Game streaming service also debuts on Google Stadia.
If you’ve been hankering to get involved in some Viking-era assassination shenanigans then here’s a way to play Ubisoft’s gigantic open-world adventure on PC for less than a stein of ale.
New subscribers can now get their first month’s membership to Ubisoft Plus for just £5.20. After that, it’ll jump up to the usual price of £12.99 per month, so be sure to cancel beforehand if you want to avoid being charged. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a massive game, but 30 days should be just about enough to see it to the conclusion.
Of course, that’s not the only game on the service. In total, there are over 100 Ubisoft titles to choose from, including all recent and major releases. Handily, all expansion and season pass content is included too. If you want to dip into the back catalogue of the Assassin’s Creed, Rainbow Six or Far Cry series (perhaps ahead of Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six Quarantine) then that’s all possible.
Other regions where Ubisoft Plus is available can also take advantage of the one-month price cut, with a reduction to 6€ in Europe and $6 in the US.
It’s also worth pointing out that this offer is live to tie in with the debut of Ubisoft Plus on Google Stadia. If you do decide to play through the, let’s say troubled, streaming service, you won’t be able to access the full library. It does, however, include 19 of the biggest games such as AC: Valhalla, Immortals Fenyx Rising and Watch Dogs Legion.
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