$40 compilation pack includes Assassin's Creed II with all DLC, as well as AC: Brotherhood and AC: Revelations without any add-ons.
Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise moves in a new direction with a new hero named Connor next month with Assassin's Creed III. However, gamers can relive past star stabber Ezio's memories with a new compilation pack due in November. Ubisoft announced the Assassin's Creed Ezio Trilogy today through the PlayStation Blog, slating the PlayStation 3-exclusive game to arrive November 13 at $40.
The triple-pack bundles all Ezio-focused entries, which include Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, and Assassin's Creed Revelations. The Assassin's Creed Ezio Trilogy will include all downloadable content for Assassin's Creed II, but none for Brotherhood or Revelations.
Key-word: Ebay. Add in DLC costs (even if just 2's, and lets not forget multiplayer pass? forgot if you needed those) and you're way above 40. Its an outstanding price for a new product, so you can't fault Ubi "milking" for that.
@GH05T-666 Ubi have and exclusivity program with Sony , so I wouldn't even bother hoping for something that won't come if I were you.
@metalkid9 You're the blind one here man. We all know Ubi always has dirty tricks in store for their fans , but to compare Activision's COD to AC is simply stupid. At least with each new instalment of AC we get a clearer view on the story and gameplay innovation (mini games not included). You gotta have some really big issues if you can't accept the fact that other people have different opinions , not to mention the fact ACIII really seems to innovate aside form COD BLOPS 2
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What's so exclusive about it... Couldn't someone just pick up the games and dlc on any platform? If Sony payed for this to be exclusive, I'd say they're wasting their money.
On the other hand it's good for people that didn't buy it.
These guys just got to be kidding me. Just now that I have completed de collection they come and launch a trilogy set. Just to get more money from gamers like me. Aff...
Wow. This is excellent news of me. I only play AC2. Wasn't interested in the next two ezio games. Will definitely be getting this.
Sony fanboys can't talk smack about Nintendo rehashing games, since PS3 been doing it lately. I didn't buy Mass Effect, GOW or AC series, because I had a Feeling this would happen. I alaso didn't buy Resistance, Killzone or anyother Sony 1st partty series except Uncharted 1 & 2 and LBP 1 & 2.
I wonder if AC1 is included, considering that the PS3 version of Revelations has a voucher for a downloadable PSN version.
Lol.This is what I actually got from the last Steam sale for 20 bucks. But Steam didn´t call it a PC exclusive, just AC bundle pack. LOL.
I'm cancelling my A.C. 3 pre-order and I'll just wait 3 years and get the "Connor trilogy" for 20 bucks less.
Not a very smart move without all of their DLCs. And for what reason should they rely on boosting sell?
While I get it, this still doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Why only DLC for ACII? If they are charging $40 for all three then they made some serious freakin' dough(which should go without saying). No wonder they come out with one every year. Soon we are going to tire of these games, though.
Futureshop has an exclusive 3 pack with ACI/AC II & AC Brotherhood, with DLC for II and Brotherhood. And, it's $40 as well. This seems halfhearted imo.
First the Killzone collection now this, I'm gonna have to start selling drugs to fund my gaming habit... and he didn't even bother mentioning this trilogy is entirely on one disc !
They should've included the first game, but I guess I'll just have to buy that separately now. Either way, I'm glad I waited on buying games from this series.
@soulless4now If they included AC1, it wouldn't the "Ezio Trilogy" now would it? =(
The first AC is cheap on PSN anyway.
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I am guessing since you spent $60 at most per year on them, you won't be hurting that much. I never regret buying a game I know is going to be good even if a deal like this comes along.
if they had included Brotherhood downloaded content, I would have been interested, but I have already played these three. (Revelations was a borrowed title).
Mmm!! I got AC2, but never got nor interested with AC:BH and AC:R. But this pack is a steal. I might just get it.
Dafuq? They include all AC2 DLC but not AC:BH and AC:R DLCs? Seems like half hearted effort to win over potential customers.
Ezio is definitely one of my favorite characters. It's a shame the new guy sounds awful, especially since I was looking forward to a Native American protagonist.
@megadeth1117 So you like the over the top stupidly annoying mario Italian accent?! Yeah, and Conner sounds awful.
God has just given me the chance to correct my mistakes and get this AC collection, and at a good price too. If only my money were not already gone in the Killzone collection
Well, looks like I need to get off my lazy ass and get this collection, sadly haven't played an AC since the first one...
OOOOH! WHAT DO YOU KNOW! NOW THEY RELEASE ALL THE GAMES AS ONE! which is how it should have been in the first place.. i would have waitedfor this, if it meant saving spending 60$ per game... ridiculous!
What? Ezio is totally decked out in his clothes. You could could spot him from miles away. Connor's clothes are more fitting for an assassin. He draws much less attention. Plus we haven't even seen his story yet.
@hippiesanta ezio was awesome but remember. We haven't' gotten to know connor yet like we got to know ezio. He might just turn out to be the best. We'll have to wait and see.
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