SAN FRANCISCO — October 5, 2016Today, Ubisoft® announced the relaunch of the UPLAY STORE. Complete with a new design and shopping features, the UPLAY STORE is a one stop shop for all things Ubisoft, including games, exclusive collectibles and Ubi Workshop products. To celebrate the relaunch, shoppers will receive a one-time 20% off their purchase (excluding game preorders) with the NEW20 promo code from October 5-9.

Visit store.ubi.com for additional information and product availability, including the latest Watch_Dogs 2 additions:

Watch_Dogs 2 Collector’s Edition
Pre-order the Collector’s Edition – with either the Standard, Deluxe or Gold Edition of Watch_Dogs 2 – and receive the Wrench Jr robot, a motorized and endearing companion, controlled by an app available on smartphones or tablets. It moves, emotes, interacts with pre-recorded sentences, and gives its owner the ability to relay their own messages through its voice.

Key Features

  • Controlled with smartphone App (iOS and Android) via Bluetooth.
  • Customizable with stickers and removable parts.
  • Two modes: Watcher Bot and Wrench Jr.
  • LED Screen displaying 10 different emotions.
  • Library of 17 pre-recorded sentences.
  • Record your own voice through your device, and Wrench Jr. will relay your message through its speaker in a robotic voice

Customers who pre-order any edition will also receive an extra mission named Zodiac Killer: An unwanted ghost of San Francisco’s past has resurfaced after fifty years. While completing the mission, the player unlocks an additional exclusive outfit.

The Watch_Dogs 2 Collection from Ubi Workshop
Whether you want to dress like Marcus Holloway or simply boast signs of your allegiance to DedSec, discover the Watch_Dogs 2 line of clothes and accessories including: hoodies, shirts, bags and more. This 10-piece collection is a fashionable, stylized extension of the game’s narrative themes.

            

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