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Missing Travel? Go on a Journey with the Ubisoft Store Travel Sale

We know the big appeal of travel is to do the fancy thing and physically go to a place, eat food, take pictures, and all that stuff. But what if we were to tell you that the Ubisoft Store travel sale is ready to take you on a trip... of the mind!? Yes, it’s true; you can still do some of that same travel stuff, but virtually! I know what you’re thinking: “How did you wizards manage to come up with this one?” Well, friend, thanks to the miracles of modern science and major advancements in videogames, Ubisoft is able to transport you to astounding recreations of real-world places, both historical and modern, along with some places inspired by cool destinations from around the Earth.

Assassin’s Creed

If you feel like going to a place and time you’ve never been (unless you’re hundreds of years old, which, congratulations on that), might I recommend an Assassin’s Creed game? Take a trip to 9th-century England in the most recent release in the series, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, for up to 33% off.

If you want to go even further back in time, you can travel to Ancient Egypt in Assassin’s Creed Origins and visit all its wonders, including the Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx, for up to 80% off. You can learn a lot about the beginnings of the Assassin Order, and plenty about normal, everyday Egyptian culture and practices of the time, too.

Watch Dogs

You considered the past, but what about the near future? In Watch Dogs: Legion, you can take a trip to a London that has maybe seen some better days, but at least it’s in the future. You can still visit the future versions of usual tourist hotspots like Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, and the Tower of London, but you might be asked to politely help take down a massive criminal ring with a group of fun-loving hackers.

Not many people know this, but the real “San Francisco treat” is Watch Dogs 2 because of its remarkable recreation of the City by the Bay and endearing cast of misfits that make up DedSec. There’s so much to do, you may want to plan your trip ahead of time: Check out Coit Tower. Fun!

The Division 2: Warlords of New York

Enter the halls of the White House and the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, and then head up to Lower Manhattan in the Warlords of New York expansion to take in the sights of Wall Street and Battery Park. Nowhere else will you find this many famous skyscrapers and monuments in a single package – and you can even explore them with friends while battling post-Collapse gangs for control of the streets! Get the base game and expansion for up to 70% off.

Far Cry Everyone loves tropical islands, even if they’re dealing with a small pirate problem at the moment in Far Cry 3. But don’t let a little civil conflict between armed locals and bloodthirsty marauders stop you from enjoying sun-soaked (and shark-infested) beaches, majestic wildlife (also bloodthirsty), and gorgeous vistas best enjoyed by hang glider (oh no, what if you fall and have to deploy your wingsuit to skim gracefully across the landscape at high speed before touching down in a clear blue cenote filled with sunken ruins and hidden treasures? That would be terrible).

If warm sandy beaches and palm trees aren’t for you, consider the snowy Himalayan peaks of Kyrat in Far Cry 4. Return to your remote homeland as Ajay Ghale, where you can help the Golden Path rebellion overthrow tyrannical king Pagan Min. While you’re at it, why not ascend to the skies in a gyrocopter to take in the beautiful vistas, mountain villages, and AAA! EAGLE! ANGRY EAGLE! LAND NOW! HONEY BADGER! AAA!

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Jul 22, 2021 at 20:26