Ubisoft is changing its approach to rewards earned via the Ubisoft Club. From April, any Ubisoft Club points that you may have accrued over the past decade or so will begin to expire. Any new points you gain will then expire two years from the date on which they were originally earned.
Ubisoft Club Points could be purchased from the uPlay store, but many players have been earning them by completing in-game achievements across franchises like Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry. Points can be spent on in-game items, and 100 points can be traded in for a 20% discount on games purchased via Ubisoft’s platform.
News of the change comes from an email from Ubisoft customer support, and that email says that “as Ubisoft’s live games continue to evolve, the Ubisoft Club has been transforming in tandem.” Those changes mean that “beginning April 1, 2019, Club Units you earn as a Ubisoft player, either through your gaming experience of through purchases on the Ubisoft Store, will expire 2 years from the date of acquisition.”
So, this might be your time to check the Club to see if you’ve been earning points without even realising it for all these years, before they all vanish.