As we move further into 2018 and you’re already beginning to run out of games you got over the holidays Gamesplanet has announced their January sale. This sale has an emphasis on Ubisoft Titles but also a great deal on the new Dragon Ball FighterZ that comes out tomorrow!
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This sale will run until January 27th at 6PM EST, or January 28th for those in the UK.
For any Ubisoft fan trying to catch up on missed titles or additional content from Ubisoft series like Assassin’s Creed, Watch_Dogs, Steep, or The Division you can visit their hub page to see all of the deals that they have. Gamesplanet has stated that they have “66 top games from Ubisoft at up to 70% off.”
Some of the bigger deals include the following:
- Assassin’s Creed: Origins – (-30%) £34.99 (Our Review)
- Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – (-60%) £6.40 (Our Review)
- Watch_Dogs 2 – (-66%) £16.99 (Our Review)
- Tom Clancy’s The Division – (-63%) £14.99 (Our Review)
- Steep – (-41%) £15.99
GamesPlanet is a UK based website so their prices are in the pound but you can use any manner of conversion tool to get what it would be in your local currency. Some games might be locked out to certain regions, if you want to be sure that you’ll be able to redeem any of these games then select the “Region Locked for you” box that appears on some titles for more information.
The most attractive deal from the sale for many will be the opportunity to get the new 2D fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ. If you use the code BALLZ at checkout when purchasing FighterZ you’ll get 23% off your sale bringing the price down to £34,64 (around $49 USD). You can use the code BALLZ from now until January 27th at 6PM EST, or January 28th for those in the UK.
Here’s what out Alex Santa Maria had to say in his (currently provisional) review about Dragon Ball FighterZ:
“Where it counts, Dragon Ball FighterZ hits its mark. Gameplay is king, and this refined 2D combat lets the game expand beyond its licensed roots and into contention with established fighting franchises. For those who aren’t professional, the game is accessible, and players of all skill levels will find a lot to love with learning each character’s set of moves and when to execute them. While the game’s limited initial roster and disappointing story mode do sting a bit, you’ll forget all about those shortcomings as you control the chaos and deliver a Neo Wolf Fang Fist to Beerus and send him flying.”
Stay tuned to TechRaptor for further news and information on sales and deals from Gamesplanet and other online storefronts.
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