Assassins Creed: Black Flag £4.99 @ Steam (Deluxe £6.24, Season Pass £3.99, Freedom Cry £2.99, AC £2.49, AC2 £2.49, Brotherhood £3.74, AC3 £3.74, Liberation £3.99) - HotUKDeals
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The year is 1715. Pirates rule the Caribbean and have established their own lawless Republic where corruption, greediness and cruelty are commonplace.

Among these outlaws is a brash young captain named Edward Kenway. His fight for glory has earned him the respect of legends like Blackbeard, but also drawn him into the ancient war between Assassins and Templars, a war that may destroy everything the pirates have built.

Welcome to the Golden Age of Piracy.
Key Features

A BRASH REBEL ASSASSIN Become Edward Kenway, a charismatic yet brutal pirate captain, trained by Assassins. Edward can effortlessly switch between the Hidden Blade of the Assassin’s Order and all new weaponry including four flintlock pistols and dual cutlass swords.

EXPLORE AN OPEN WORLD FILLED WITH OPPORTUNITIES Discover the largest and most diverse Assassin’s Creed world ever created. From Kingston to Nassau, explore over 75 unique locations where you can live the life of a pirate including:
Loot underwater shipwrecks
Assassinate Templars in blossoming cities
Hunt for rare animals in untamed jungles
Search for treasure in lost ruins
Escape to hidden coves

BECOME THE MOST FEARED PIRATE IN THE CARIBBEAN Command your ship, the Jackdaw, and strike fear in all who see her. Plunder and pillage to upgrade the Jackdaw with ammunition and equipment needed to fight off enemy ships. The ship’s improvements are critical to Edward’s progression through the game. Attack and seamlessly board massive galleons, recruit sailors to join your crew and embark on an epic and infamous adventure.

EXPERIENCE THE GRITTY REALITY BEHIND THE PIRATE FANTASY Stand amongst legendary names such as Blackbeard, Calico Jack and Benjamin Hornigold, as you establish a lawless Republic in the Bahamas and relive the truly explosive events that defined the Golden Age of Piracy.

THE BEST ASSASSIN’S CREED MULTIPLAYER EXPERIENCE TO DATE Put your assassination skills to test and embark on an online journey throughout the Caribbean. Discover a brand new set of pirate characters, and explore exotic and colourful locations. Additionally, create your own game experience with the new Game Lab feature – craft your own multiplayer mode by choosing abilities, rules and bonuses. Play and share your newly created mode with your friends.
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1 Like #1
very tempting but I was hoping to get the Wii U version of Black Flag... find one of those for £4.99 please ;)
1 Like #2
Great find op, heat added :)
2 Likes #3
The perks of PC gaming!
#4
You know how it's taken a year for black flag to be this price? Can anyone give an estimate to when dragon age inquisition starts depreciating in price?
banned#5
heisenbergraul
You know how it's taken a year for black flag to be this price? Can anyone give an estimate to when dragon age inquisition starts depreciating in price?


It is Origin so not sure. If it is like Battlefield not long and Inquisition could already be had for around £20 in the past already.
#6
love this game
#7
A lot of game for the price. One of the best AC games to date. What does the deluxe include? If it's both DLC then £1.64 is worth the extra.
#8
mr_spudman
The perks of PC gaming!

I've just built a GTX 760 based machine for around £250, as the cost of PC gaming vs PS4/XB1 will mean the machine cost will be more than met by games savings, especially from keys sellers. Witcher III is already £25 on pre-order!
#9
gunark
mr_spudman
The perks of PC gaming!

I've just built a GTX 760 based machine for around £250, as the cost of PC gaming vs PS4/XB1 will mean the machine cost will be more than met by games savings, especially from keys sellers. Witcher III is already £25 on pre-order!

If that card is £150+ how did you manage to build the rest of the system with the remaining £100? Serious question.
#10
Bear in mind that (unless something's changed since I bought Heroes of Might & Magic VI) buying Ubisoft games on Steam means doubling up on the DRM, requiring both platforms to be opened at once. It's more than a little annoying, and tends to go wrong.

If you can put up with that though, Black Flag is definitely worth it.
#11
timp123
gunark
mr_spudman
The perks of PC gaming!

I've just built a GTX 760 based machine for around £250, as the cost of PC gaming vs PS4/XB1 will mean the machine cost will be more than met by games savings, especially from keys sellers. Witcher III is already £25 on pre-order!

If that card is £150+ how did you manage to build the rest of the system with the remaining £100? Serious question.



recycled parts I assume ? I have a pc but nothing beats sitting on the sofa with a controller lol. ;) and yes I know you can get mini pcs for living room but meh
#12
timp123
gunark
mr_spudman
The perks of PC gaming!
I've just built a GTX 760 based machine for around £250, as the cost of PC gaming vs PS4/XB1 will mean the machine cost will be more than met by games savings, especially from keys sellers. Witcher III is already £25 on pre-order!
If that card is £150+ how did you manage to build the rest of the system with the remaining £100? Serious question.

Card was £140 that day on Amazon, had £50 in Amazon gift credit, G3258 CPU £45, cheap MSI m/b (£25 I think), 4GB RAM £30, Antec case £30, 1tb drive £40 and a donated PSU. So just over £250 then and realistically around £300 without credit. Even so...
#13
gunark
timp123
gunark
mr_spudman
The perks of PC gaming!
I've just built a GTX 760 based machine for around £250, as the cost of PC gaming vs PS4/XB1 will mean the machine cost will be more than met by games savings, especially from keys sellers. Witcher III is already £25 on pre-order!
If that card is £150+ how did you manage to build the rest of the system with the remaining £100? Serious question.

Card was £140 that day on Amazon, had £50 in Amazon gift credit, G3258 CPU £45, cheap MSI m/b (£25 I think), 4GB RAM £30, Antec case £30, 1tb drive £40 and a donated PSU. So just over £250 then and realistically around £300 without credit. Even so...

Main problem there is that dual core. Single core performance is on par with Intel's high end quad cores, but certain games such as Far Cry 4 refuse to launch on anything less than a quad. Still, the red team have some quads around that price so I guess it still stands.
ricoh25
timp123
gunark
mr_spudman
The perks of PC gaming!

I've just built a GTX 760 based machine for around £250, as the cost of PC gaming vs PS4/XB1 will mean the machine cost will be more than met by games savings, especially from keys sellers. Witcher III is already £25 on pre-order!

If that card is £150+ how did you manage to build the rest of the system with the remaining £100? Serious question.


recycled parts I assume ? I have a pc but nothing beats sitting on the sofa with a controller lol. ;) and yes I know you can get mini pcs for living room but meh

I am the same, I have a decent (if a bit dated) PC that runs anything possible right now. But I still bought myself an Xbox One for Christmas so I don't have to share with the family :P There's just something about sitting down and everything "just working". No fathing about with drivers or complex clients (that's you Uplay). Just put the disk in and go. But that's the beauty of the free market, we have a choice ;)

All that said, I might pick up the smaller standalones, seeing as I refuse to pay the asking prices on Xbox when they never go on sale....

Edited By: slayermatt on Dec 19, 2014 21:20: .
#14
jaystan
heisenbergraul
You know how it's taken a year for black flag to be this price? Can anyone give an estimate to when dragon age inquisition starts depreciating in price?


It is Origin so not sure. If it is like Battlefield not long and Inquisition could already be had for around £20 in the past already.
thanks a lot. I just want it to go as low as 15 so I can buy it. Broke times haha
#15
Fantastic game, excellent price! :)
#16
ricoh25
timp123
gunark
mr_spudman
The perks of PC gaming!

I've just built a GTX 760 based machine for around £250, as the cost of PC gaming vs PS4/XB1 will mean the machine cost will be more than met by games savings, especially from keys sellers. Witcher III is already £25 on pre-order!

If that card is £150+ how did you manage to build the rest of the system with the remaining £100? Serious question.


recycled parts I assume ? I have a pc but nothing beats sitting on the sofa with a controller lol. ;) and yes I know you can get mini pcs for living room but meh
Have you ever heard of Steam big picture mode? Obviously not it seems.
#17
Nobull
A lot of game for the price. One of the best AC games to date. What does the deluxe include? If it's both DLC then £1.64 is worth the extra.

Id like to know the same. Not to much info on steam. wondering if its worth getting the Digital Deluxe version or the base game and season pass.
Anyone with the game got any thoughts on the available options, or is the base game on its own the better buy.
Thanks for any answers, to my long winded questions.
#18
If I buy AC BF season pass on steam and my AC BF game was bought on uplay can redeem code on uplay and get all DLC?
1 Like #19
kevinc6784
Nobull
A lot of game for the price. One of the best AC games to date. What does the deluxe include? If it's both DLC then £1.64 is worth the extra.

Id like to know the same. Not to much info on steam. wondering if its worth getting the Digital Deluxe version or the base game and season pass.
Anyone with the game got any thoughts on the available options, or is the base game on its own the better buy.
Thanks for any answers, to my long winded questions.

Your question is not long winded at all. The convoluted DLC and extra purchases are the elephant in the room.
I would be tempted to take the base game and enjoy it.

Ubisoft don't make life easy for themselves, or the consumer.
banned#20
spidertx
If I buy AC BF season pass on steam and my AC BF game was bought on uplay can redeem code on uplay and get all DLC?


I would think so but not sure.
banned#21
I made the mistake of buying it from ubi store Ukraine for a bargain price of 4£ but it's in Russian doh. Just bought this. Now I look stupid is I didnt want to pay a tenner for it. Dammit
1 Like #22
jaystan
heisenbergraul
You know how it's taken a year for black flag to be this price? Can anyone give an estimate to when dragon age inquisition starts depreciating in price?
It is Origin so not sure. If it is like Battlefield not long and Inquisition could already be had for around £20 in the past already.

Can confirm, bought my DA Inquisition for £15.

spidertx
If I buy AC BF season pass on steam and my AC BF game was bought on uplay can redeem code on uplay and get all DLC?

From what I had read up on the subject previously, you can't.
#23
CookieMunzta
jaystan
heisenbergraul
You know how it's taken a year for black flag to be this price? Can anyone give an estimate to when dragon age inquisition starts depreciating in price?
It is Origin so not sure. If it is like Battlefield not long and Inquisition could already be had for around £20 in the past already.

Can confirm, bought my DA Inquisition for £15.

spidertx
If I buy AC BF season pass on steam and my AC BF game was bought on uplay can redeem code on uplay and get all DLC?

From what I had read up on the subject previously, you can't.
whaaat?! When? Why aren't they uploaded to hot deals? Damn I've been looking every day

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