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Assassin's Creed Syndicate's four special editions detailed

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Assassin's Creed games are known for releasing with a rainbow of special editions, each with their own contents and collector's items.

This year's London-based adventure Assassin's Creed Syndicate continues this trend, and, as you'd expect, also sports a season pass and extra missions if you pre-order.

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MrSwankSinatra950d ago (Edited 950d ago )

If you're pre-ordering this crap and you whined about unity, you're part of the problem. Especially if you buy into this collector's edition crap.

joab777950d ago

It looks great, but its lost its soul. Ring back someone like Desmond and the historical intrigue. Thats what drove me forward. Unity was pretty, but ultimately a gazillion confusing markers on a map that had to you running all over for no reason but to clear it.

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SaveFerris950d ago

The more savvy consumers may want to hold off and wait for the inevitable price drop for these editions which seem to be more common with this franchise.

Agent_00_Revan950d ago

I landed Brotherhood Special Edition for $30 not long before AC3 was released. These 'Limited Editions' aren't so limited.

Perjoss950d ago

false advertising but somehow they get away with it

kneon950d ago

Or just wait for the yearly E3 pre-order sales, I pre-order most of my games at 30% off.

Sarah_Ch950d ago

Even the trailer didn't make me hyped for it which is weird since ubisoft doing a good job in brainwashing.

Kidmyst950d ago

If the game launches without issues, then I'll pick it up. Otherwise Ubisoft needs to know broken games are not accepted.

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