[Xbox One] Assassins Creed Unity - £0.80 (CDKeys) (Using Code)
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[Xbox One] Assassins Creed Unity - £0.80 (CDKeys) (Using Code)

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Found 14th AprMade hot 14th Apr
Code CDKEYSEASTER10

Paris, 1789. The French Revolution turns a once magnificent city into a place of terror and chaos. Its cobblestoned streets run red with the blood of commoners who dare to rise up against an oppressive aristocracy. Yet as the nation tears itself apart, a young man named Arno will embark upon an extraordinary journey to expose the true powers behind the Revolution. His pursuit will throw him into the middle of a ruthless struggle for the fate of a nation, and transform him into a true Master Assassin.

Introducing Assassin's Creed Unity, the blockbuster franchise's new chapter powered by the all new Anvil engine, rebuilt from the ground up for next gen. From the storming of the Bastille to the execution of King Louis XVI, experience the French Revolution as never before, and help the people of France carve an entirely new destiny.

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Cold. Waiting for 14p

RedRain

why is this game so cheap is it ****



It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.

The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....

Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.
However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg.
They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.

And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.

True story.

CAL23

Cold, it has been 75p (_;) [/timemachine]


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Crazy cheap, heat

Cold. Waiting for 14p

Wish they'd put AC Syndicate at that price

Editor

Updated price mate. Makes the world of difference

why is this game so cheap is it ****

Scfdc

Wish they'd put AC Syndicate at that price




i rather they put up the ezio collection instead

Original Poster

BuzzDuraband

Updated price mate. Makes the world of difference



Was just about to, many thanks mate (a whole £0.09 :p)

RedRain

why is this game so cheap is it ****



It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.

The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....

Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.
However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg.
They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.

And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.

True story.

i think this has been cheaper, but even at 80p this is an incredible price for a this generation game

horsepills

It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so … It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg. They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.True story.



​+1 for effort if nothing else

Cold, it has been 75p (_;) [/timemachine]

CAL23

Cold, it has been 75p (_;) [/timemachine]


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horsepills

It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so … It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg. They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.True story.


That's not true... It's worse than the others (apart from 3, that was awful)

horsepills

It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so … It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg. They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.True story.


Thanks. These kinds of comments make me want to visit this site every morning.

horsepills

It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so … It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg. They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.True story.



Toby actually invested the bulk of the money on some hydroponics, renting a few small units out and a very capable electrician though (_;)

I'd be mad if i got this for free. Having said that, I'm sure some people will think it's worth 80p so heat added.

I'm going to buy it just so I don't have to keep resisting these ridiculously low prices.

Great deal, grabbed it, started to download it!

I don't even have an Xbox One but I'm getting tempted. I do plan to buy an Xbox One next year...

Do you need to play Rouge before this?

BigTimeDealer

Do you need to play Rouge before this?



Wouldn't say it's necessary but I actually really enjoyed Rogue even though many critics flushed it down the khazi.

Black Flag was my favourite AC...best lead character, best storyline, best setting with the ship battles the icing on thr cake.

I still go back to play the odd hour or two of it even now and Rogue is sort of more of the same, though Seamus is no Edward Kenway and his oirish accent is pretty pony and irritating. If you can pick it up cheap it's worth it definitely, is Rogue available on BC now?

Look at CD key website. Most games are oos and always are.
Is there anything else on that website apart from ac unity.
Take away one game and it's a terrible website to buy games from

horsepills

It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so … It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg. They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.True story.



How do you know all this? Don't tell me, you're Toby right? Your secret's safe with me.

Original Poster

kotr

Look at CD key website. Most games are oos and always are. Is there … Look at CD key website. Most games are oos and always are. Is there anything else on that website apart from ac unity.Take away one game and it's a terrible website to buy games from


En anglais?

OK how do you get to use the Code once you've purchased it please. New to all this XBox stuff. Thanks

Fatts

OK how do you get to use the Code once you've purchased it please. New to … OK how do you get to use the Code once you've purchased it please. New to all this XBox stuff. Thanks


Go to your xbox home, go to store and then press use a code and enter the 25 digit code you received.

kotr

Look at CD key website. Most games are oos and always are. Is there … Look at CD key website. Most games are oos and always are. Is there anything else on that website apart from ac unity.Take away one game and it's a terrible website to buy games from



There's a very simple answer to this - don't buy games from there

Cheaper than a bag o' chips. Heat added.

Edit* never had a problem with CDKeys code straight through on email. Its more for steam/pc stuff.

And if its OOS people are usually showing up to the party way to late.

To many people judge a deal on past experiences, and vote cold. Which is strange in its self.
Edited by: "iMickeyT" 18th Apr

Fatts

OK how do you get to use the Code once you've purchased it please. New … OK how do you get to use the Code once you've purchased it please. New to all this XBox stuff. Thanks

Danny1221

[quote=Fatts] OK how do you get to use the Code once you've purchased it … [quote=Fatts] OK how do you get to use the Code once you've purchased it please. New to all this XBox stuff. Thanks


Thanks mate, it was a steal. Picked it up

horsepills

It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so … It's no better or worse than most of the AC games.The reason it's so cheap is a bit hard to explain, but I'll try....Back in 1941 in SouthWestern Germany a train was laden with stolen gold and driven into a series of tunnels under the owl mountains - to be hidden away until after the war.However, a young train guard (Albert Frierd) took the opportunity to grab two gold coins worth around £2,000, and pocket them for himself. When he died suddenly in 1961 the coins were passed onto his two sons Alfred and Lutz. Unfortunately, they couldnt agree on what to do with the coins, and fought each other all the time, until things came to a head in 1972 when they arranged a secret duel. Things didn't go as planned and they both shot each other fatally.....the coins were found in their possessions by executors of Lutz's will, but thought to be worthless replicas and sold on to an antique dealer in Hamburg. They were soon sold on to a collector from Belgium - Christian Hardin - who soon after had them sold on the black market for considerably less than their worth (he couldn't go to the authorities with stolen Nazi gold). Christian used the money to shower his secret lover with gifts, including a classic Model T Ford car, which she has exported to England in 1994 after her husband's death. The car was passed onto her son Toby when she herself succumbed to bowel cancer in 2011. Toby wasn't very keen on cars so he sold the Ford for a handsome sum and set up his own online games shop. His first purchase of stock was an absolute shtload of digital codes for Assassins Creed Unity, as he hoped to bundle them with Xbox consoles....Toby wasn't the smartest vendor though, and wasn't able to predict the lack of enthusiasm for a new AC game, so he ended up with a load left over.And that, is why Assassins Creed Unity is so cheap.True story.



​Thats got to be fake and untrue

£1.49 now............just bought code............heat added.............thanks
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