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According to PC Gamer (This article and its images were originally posted on PC Gamer December 4, 2018 at 06:45AM.)
You probably don’t think about Ubisoft Club points (which they insist on calling ‘units’) very often. They’re earned in-game for completing challenges, but there are so many opportunities to earn them that you’ll get plenty without going out of your way. They’re an unobtrusive way for Ubisoft to reward players without putting pressure on them. Recently, I used some to fill my ship in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey with an army of female assassins, so I’m generally pro Ubisoft Club points. Unfortunately, Ubisoft has now decided to give the points a two-year shelf life that kicks in next year. Your points are going to start vanishing.
Ubisoft hasn’t given a clear reason for the change, though it’s framed as a positive one in line with other changes in the loyalty scheme’s scope, like weekly challenges, new rewards and Sam, the personal gaming assistant that I never even knew existed. The major difference, of course, is that all of these things were additions; this is a subtraction with no benefits to players.
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