Mega Discount: This latest Triple A game is discounted by 75%

The final update 1.7.0 for Assassin's Creed Valhalla is ready.

In the past, if you were a fearsome Viking and wanted to terrify rich Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, you needed a few weapons, the necessary muscle and a fast ship, and above all willing and loyal combatants. These days, all you need is a gaming PC (you can find system requirements here) and a copy of Ubisoft’s triple-A hit Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The game lures with the promise of being able to write your own Viking saga. And that is currently cheaper than ever. There is only one theoretical catch to the matter.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla reduced by 75%, … but!

The Epic Games Store is known for giving its customers big discounts and regularly one or the other free game. Since launching in December 2018 the digital distribution platform ensures ongoing competition with the top dog Steam, which, to the delight of numerous players, sometimes degenerates into discount battles.

Currently, games from the French software giant Ubisoft can be accessed cheaply in the Epic Games Store. Classics like Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell cost just a mere 1.24 euros. Anno 1800 is reduced by 50% in the “Gold Edition Year 4” and is available for 39.99 euros.

The current triple A title Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (buy now / €53.99 ) is even at believe and write 75% off. However, there is a catch: If you want to benefit from this discount, you have to buy a second game. The PC version from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is currently bundled with Immortals Fenyx Rising or with Watch Dogs: Legionn for together 27.49 euros available. If you are not interested in the two titles, the third part of the reboot of the Assassin series is over in the standard version 67% for 19.79 euros to have.

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