Dragon Age: Inquisition for PC (Origin) at Uplay Ukraine £16.27
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Dragon Age: Inquisition for PC (Origin) at Uplay Ukraine £16.27

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Found 21st Nov 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition (Origin) on Uplay Ukraine for less than £20! I purchased this and was charged £15.70 + fees (£16.27 in total) last night (Lloyds Bank). Fees may depend on your bank. Redeemed it and am currently downloading it

This is all done via Google Chrome with the Hola! plugin.

1. Download Google Chrome
- google.co.uk/chr…me/

2. Download Hola! Better Internet Plugin
- chrome.google.com/web…=en

3. Download Uplay (Ubi Softs version of Origin/Steam) and create an account.

4. Activate Hola! Plugin and visit store.ubi.com , choosing Ukraine in the Hola plugin. You should now see all the website in another language. Make sure first that that's the case.

5. Search for Dragon Age: Inquisition on the main page or go through the HotUKDeal link I posted. Add the game to your cart and DO NOT CHANGE THE CURRENCY as it'll screw around with the price. It should be 374 Ukrainian Hryvnia.

6. Continue with the purchase and pay with Debit/Credit Card. When choosing your address, fill it in as normal, and although the country field won't let you chose UK, just chose Ukraine. It works.

7. All done! After the transaction goes through you'll see the confirmation page with the CD-KEY you need to redeem in Origin. You can also redeem it through the Uplay client, as it'll appear in your Uplay account. Click on PLAY and it'll give you the code you need to redeem in Origin. Redeem, download. (If you already have Origin open, it'll try to auto-redeem it.

8. Enjoy Dragon Age: Inquisition for less than £20!

105 Comments

Hopefully this won't be a Russian version. Origin lock languages by the code redeemed, not the location you're playing from.

You got this activated and working fine in English on Origin?

I'll wait for feedback before I buy.

Original Poster

Fine in English, and on Origin! It had 6 or 7 languages selectable when redeeming!
Edited by: "Flynn_Lives" 21st Nov 2014

Original Poster

http://i59.tinypic.com/2a0mhd1.jpg
Edited by: "Flynn_Lives" 21st Nov 2014

Flynn_Lives

Fine in English, and on Origin! It had 6 or 7 languages selectable when … Fine in English, and on Origin! It had 6 or 7 languages selectable when redeeming!



Good to hear. I'll definitely pick this up then.

Cheers.

Johnorama

I got an error when i tried to complete checkout



Turn off Hola on checkout.

Also make sure you've got your card expiry date right too. That gave me an error a couple of times.
Edited by: "CookieMunzta" 21st Nov 2014

Wow, great find dude. What a price. Heat!

I pre-ordered it from there a few weeks back and it works great. Can you upgrade to the digital deluxe edition im trying to find it on origin but not having any luck.

tried again and worked fine .... cant download until im back from work though!

Confirmed £15.71 origin is downloading it now just in time for the weekend

Someone help, I've put hola on Ukraine, but the price shows as 1799 py6... which on currency converterer shows as 84 quid lol, im not dropping that kind of cash! game looks good and for 16 quid, I'll give it a blast, enjoyed the first game!

tried doing searching for it in hola but only shows prive in english, has this been fixed or am I doing something wrong

EmperorRosko you seem to be visiting the Russian shop now the Ukrainian, with Hola set to Ukraine go to shop.ubi.com and it will change the currency to 374,00 ₴ the comma is actually the point and it should be £15.71 on the credit card.

EmperorRosko

Someone help, I've put hola on Ukraine, but the price shows as 1799 … Someone help, I've put hola on Ukraine, but the price shows as 1799 py6... which on currency converterer shows as 84 quid lol, im not dropping that kind of cash! game looks good and for 16 quid, I'll give it a blast, enjoyed the first game!



You can manually change the currency when the game is in your basket.

cheers worked fine!

awesome, heated up, thx mate.

Wouldn't let me click the very last bit Обзор anyone got any idea?

This worked for me, thanks pal! Heat UP!

Gave heat and have purchased first time using hola first time buying from a foreign site quite a bit of a faff having to translate each piece individually but got there in the end wish I knew a way to translate the whole page thanks though missus wasn't going to let me buy it at the uk prices but got permission for this price

Thanks OP

scottowen

Gave heat and have purchased first time using hola first time buying from … Gave heat and have purchased first time using hola first time buying from a foreign site quite a bit of a faff having to translate each piece individually but got there in the end wish I knew a way to translate the whole page thanks though missus wasn't going to let me buy it at the uk prices but got permission for this price :DThanks OP



Look at the top right corner in the search bar and google will translate the lot

Don't mind if I do, good job OP! Hot!

Purchased, downloaded. Hot!

Right click page, translate to english

does anyone know if the games on the ukranian store are all in english?

This is great. Although my payment to the Ukraine has probably flagged me up at GCHQ, the KGB and the NSA.

Awesome works like a charm - many thanks. I'd rather pay than pirate!

Well it sounds great. But no Paypal? ****

Nicely done. Heat

Super deal

Is this a Russian invasion discount? Heat added, will give it a go cos its a great game

grr been trying for last half hour but when i get to login screen it keeps asking me to reset password, help!

I never understand these deals. Isn't this just as illegal as pirating a copy?

Ok explain this to me, EA is happy to take this low price from the Russians but want to rip people in the UK off due to our silly VAT? How the hell is VAT on a digital item doing anything?

Then they cry about piracy.....

stsonic

I never understand these deals. Isn't this just as illegal as pirating a … I never understand these deals. Isn't this just as illegal as pirating a copy?



No its called using your brain, if you could kill someone and get away with it for 20 million, trust me you would...

dkwookies

Is this a Russian invasion discount? Heat added, will give it a go cos … Is this a Russian invasion discount? Heat added, will give it a go cos its a great game



This is why most games these days are flooded with Russians!

seanmorris100

No its called using your brain, if you could kill someone and get away … No its called using your brain, if you could kill someone and get away with it for 20 million, trust me you would...



Eastern Europe's prices are so cheap to accomodate their low minimum wage, clearly not ment for us.

I dunno, PC games are pretty cheap here nowadays anyway. It just seems crafty to me.

Edited by: "stsonic" 21st Nov 2014

Wow, great price for what seems to be a stellar game!

seanmorris100

Ok explain this to me, EA is happy to take this low price from the … Ok explain this to me, EA is happy to take this low price from the Russians but want to rip people in the UK off due to our silly VAT? How the hell is VAT on a digital item doing anything? Then they cry about piracy.....



Russian economy is totally different to the UK. Just like Australians pay stupid money for their games.

Great find, just purcashed and gone through fine. Anyone having issues with getting the store to change to the Ukraine version should delete their cookies and give it another go, if they use Chrome as their default browser or have visited the UPlay or Ubisoft website before.

If anyone needs to delete their cookies or thinks that's causing problems do the following:

1. Visit store.ubi.com
2. Use Hola to change to Ukraine store
3. Enter "chrome://settings/cookies" (excluding quotation marks) in the address bar and press enter.
4. Enter Ubisoft in the search field
5. Press remove all
6. Enter UPlay in the search field
7. Press remove all

Now when you visit uplay.ubi.com you should be greeted with a page which displays the Ukrainian language and currency.
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