Ubisoft’s first $70 game, has already been heavily discounted

The first Ubisoft game to carry a $70 / £70 price tag has been heavily discounted less than two weeks since its release.

While Skull & Bones was originally planned to be the publisher’s first game at the increased price point, that title’s latest delay to early 2024 meant Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora took its place.

Developed by Ubisoft’s Massive Entertainment, the game was released on December 7, priced at $69.99 / £69.99 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

However, in the US it’s already available for $49.99 at retailers including Amazon, Target and Best Buy.

And in the UK, the game can be purchased for £43.85 at ShopTo, and for under £45 at Game and Currys.

Frontiers of Pandora is a first person, open-world action-adventure game set after the events of the first Avatar film.

Taking place in a new continent of Pandora, it sees players teaming up with different Na’vi clans to protect their homeland from the RDA corporation.

Ubisoft recently confirmed plans to release two “story packs” as part of an Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora season pass, which is included with the game’s Gold ($110 / £95) and Ultimate ($130 / £115) editions.

‘The Sky Breaker’ will be released next summer, ahead of ‘Secrets of the Spires’ in fall / autumn 2024.

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yeah, they know most consumers are not going to buy games that high of a price

just like Runts said below....
wait for a sale, and get the game then


I rarely ever buy games now at regular price fr. I just wait for a sale ! I pre order cod but that was with free rewards points. Game prices just aren't worth it anymore.


you can also get the game for free if you purchase a GPU, which is pretty crazy imo!