Ubisoft announce Assassin's Creed Heritage Collection, bundles original titles
Posted: 04.10.2013 15:25 by Simon Priest Comments: 0
It's been a few years since the original Assassin's Creed released, and there's been four major new titles since then. Obviously it's time for a bundle. Ubisoft usher in the Assassin's Creed Heritage Collection.

They bill it as a "high value compilation" starting with the original haystack-diver Altair in Assassin's Creed all the way through to frontier-exploring Connor in Assassins' Creed III.

There's also Ezio, the most prolific of all the assassin's to-date, who starred in Assassin's Creed II, Brotherhood and Revelations. The first Animus adventure started in 2007.

Since launch the Assassin's Creed series has sold over 57 million copies worldwide, with the latest Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag releasing next month. In Black Flag we captain a ship and her crew on a binge of piracy throughout the Caribbean. It's come a long way since hunting a million eagle feathers across the Holy Lands.

Assassin's Creed Heritage Collection

∑ Assassinís Creed: Draw your blades as Syrian Assassin AltaÔr Ibn-LaíAhad during the Third Crusade.
∑ Assassinís Creed II (Game of the Year Edition): Lead your Brotherhood as Ezio Audtiore in the Italian Renaissance, also containing the Battle of Forli and Bonfire of the Vanities DLCs.
∑ Assassinís Creed Brotherhood: Set-up your Assassin Brotherhood in Rome to overthrow the Borgia Family.
∑ Assassinís Creed Revelations: Follow in the footsteps of the legendary AltaÔr in Constantinople to close the Renaissance Trilogy.
∑ Assassinís Creed III: Challenge the Templarís supremacy as Connor throughout the American Revolution.

Assassin's Creed Heritage Collection releases on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 November 8th.

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag releases on Xbox 360 and PS3 October 29th in the US, November 1st in EU. It arrives a little later November 19th in the US, 22nd in EU for PC.

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