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Get Assassin's Creed: Origins on Xbox One for the lowest price ever

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Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed: Origins is the grand return to form we'd been hoping for and the first essential title in the series since Black Flag. Critical acclaim and strong sales are the worst enemies of discounts though, so cheap offers have been slim.

We have some excellent news though if you have an Xbox One or Xbox One X as CDKeys (opens in new tab) has just come up with the lowest price yet in the UK, US and Australia with this digital edition. Better yet (sort of), you also get a free download code for Assassin's Creed: Unity on Xbox One too, which is a handy 'gift' for any family member or friend you're not especially keen on right now.

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Assassin's Creed: Origins on Xbox One £22.99 / $32.89 / AU$41.19 @ CDKeys (opens in new tab)
We've done our research and this really is the best price around. The next best price in the UK is for a physical copy at Amazon for £30.99 (opens in new tab) (that's actually not bad compared to the rest). In the US, most stores are still charging $60, but Target has it on offer for $39.99 (opens in new tab). Order it from CDKeys instead though and you can start downloading it straight away and you get that copy of Unity too. You can even use this option in Australia where the price works out at AU$41.19.

Assassin's Creed: Origins on Xbox One X

If you own Microsoft's new and improved console, or are considering picking up an Xbox One X bundle in the near future, Assassin's Creed: Origins is a must-buy. Don't get us wrong, it looks gorgeous on a regular Xbox One and 1080p screen, but ancient Egypt's beautiful scenes are at another level when viewed with the full power of 4K High Dynamic Range visuals too.

Brendan Griffiths
Brendan Griffiths

Brendan Griffiths is the managing Editor of Hardware & eCommerce - GamesRadar.com at Future. After spending his formative years as a games journalist, he joined Future Publishing and TechRadar in 2016. He manages a small team and wrote, commissioned, and maintained a vast collection of e-commerce content published around the world with particular focus on the US and UK. In 2020 Brendan joined another Future website, GamesRadar, as Managing Editor of the Hardware and eCommerce team to take charge of the site's eCommerce strategy, hardware reviews and buying guides.