To celebrate the release of Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, Sony will be releasing a exclusive Assassin's Creed: Syndicate PS4 bundle. The bundle comes with a digital code for Watch Dogs.
Dammm, Sony is pushing hard 3rd party bundles... Microsoft should learn a few lessons from Sony. If you want to sell 3rd party bundles, include exclusive content. Microsoft still hasn't learned that lesson.
But still MS is doing great with 1st party titles at the moment. Matter of opinion of what you like better.
Really? They only have two first party exclusives this year not counting remasters.
So fall means it's doing a good job? Just asking seriously can someone answer me.
@SoapShoes Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think Sony only has one 1st party PS4 exclusive for 2015, not counting remasters: MLB 15. As for Microsoft, I count three for 2015: Halo 5, Forza and Fable.
Sony is gonna OVERBUNDLE this fall!
This is the strangest series in the world to me. People profess to hate it yet it still sells alot. The game and its setting does look promising. Lets just hope they can meet expectations. Ubisoft has a lot to prove to folks everywhere.
Did you miss a game called Call of Duty? It's the same thing, they have turned AC into exactly that! ugh! I stopped with Black Flag, probably won't pick this one up either.
Assassins Creed has always been a solid game. I never got into Unity which I heard was good. Hopefully I can catch up. Ac 3 and AC Blackflag 4 were fantastic.
technical issues aside, Unity is really great.
I'm not sold on syndicate
I like the Assassin's Creed games. But Unity was by far my least favourite.
Nice looking Syndicate bundle
I wonder why Sony didn't bundle Assassin's Creed: Unity last year. That series usually has exclusive content on PlayStation consoles
Microsoft had the marketing deal.
Sony let Microsoft have Unity because they knew it was going to be a failure
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