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ASSASSIN’S CREED® ANIMUS PACK at Ubi Store for £84.99
ASSASSIN’S CREED® ANIMUS PACK at Ubi Store for £84.99

ASSASSIN’S CREED® ANIMUS PACK at Ubi Store for £84.99

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if playing assassin's creed 3 has got you back in the mood for more you can get the whole set and all dlc for every game.

yes it may sound expensive at first look for pc games but it includes all of the below

Assassin's Creed

Assassin's Creed II

Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Deluxe Edition

Assassin's Creed Revelations

Assassin's Creed Revelations - The Lost Archives DLC

Assassin's Creed III Deluxe Edition

Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag Deluxe Edition

Assassin's Creed Liberation HD

Assassin's Creed Liberation HD ULC Bonus Pack

Assassin's Creed Rogue Deluxe Edition

Assassin's Creed Unity

Assassin's Creed Unity DLC 1 - Revolutionary Armaments Pack (Weapons Pack)

Assassin's Creed Unity DLC 3 - Secrets of the Revolution ULC Pack

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Gold Edition

Assassin's Creed Chronicles Trilogy

by the time you have played all those i am sure the movie will be out to finish it off and anytime you see hay you will want to dive into it.

and yes i know it uses uplay but its never been that bad to me.

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"Yes it may sound expensive at first" - Yep, because it is. It's 13 games (if you count all 3 chronicles games separately) + DLC for £85 so an average price of £6.50 a game.

AC3 is currently free, the Ezio games are available for £8/10 (that's AC2, Brotherhood, and Revelations), Black Flack, Liberation, AC1, and all 3 chronicles games go on sale for about £4 or less reasonably frequently (no current deals but the steam winter sale isn't far off), and Unity is worth £1.32 on Xbox One (yes I know that's not PC but it gives a good idea what the game's worth. In fact the only games where £6.50 is below typical deal price are Syndicate and Rogue but given you have to pay way over the odds on 11 other games to get that price on those 2 it's not really worth it.

Plus realistically how many people don't own a single AC game but really want to jump into buying every single game ever made at the same time? Not trying to be harsh but I don't see this appealing to many people and, at this price, it doesn't save money for people willing to wait until the next time they go on sale.
Edited by: "Battenberg" 8th Dec 2016

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Battenberg

"Yes it may sound expensive at first" - Yep, because it is. It's 13 games … "Yes it may sound expensive at first" - Yep, because it is. It's 13 games (if you count all 3 chronicles games separately) + DLC for £85 so an average price of £6.50 a game.AC3 is currently free, the Ezio games are available for £8/10 (that's AC2, Brotherhood, and Revelations), Black Flack, Liberation, AC1, and all 3 chronicles games go on sale for about £4 or less reasonably frequently (no current deals but the steam winter sale isn't far off), and Unity is worth £1.32 on Xbox One (yes I know that's not PC but it gives a good idea what the game's worth. In fact the only games where £6.50 is below typical deal price are Syndicate and Rogue but given you have to pay way over the odds on 11 other games to get that price on those 2 it's not really worth it.Plus realistically how many people don't own a single AC game but really want to jump into buying every single game ever made at the same time? Not trying to be harsh but I don't see this appealing to many people and, at this price, it doesn't save money for people willing to wait until the next time they go on sale.



​ok i get your point but when you include all the dlc and season passes they can add up to a fair bit on top as well

Battenberg

"Yes it may sound expensive at first" - Yep, because it is. It's 13 games … "Yes it may sound expensive at first" - Yep, because it is. It's 13 games (if you count all 3 chronicles games separately) + DLC for £85 so an average price of £6.50 a game.AC3 is currently free, the Ezio games are available for £8/10 (that's AC2, Brotherhood, and Revelations), Black Flack, Liberation, AC1, and all 3 chronicles games go on sale for about £4 or less reasonably frequently (no current deals but the steam winter sale isn't far off), and Unity is worth £1.32 on Xbox One (yes I know that's not PC but it gives a good idea what the game's worth. In fact the only games where £6.50 is below typical deal price are Syndicate and Rogue but given you have to pay way over the odds on 11 other games to get that price on those 2 it's not really worth it.Plus realistically how many people don't own a single AC game but really want to jump into buying every single game ever made at the same time? Not trying to be harsh but I don't see this appealing to many people and, at this price, it doesn't save money for people willing to wait until the next time they go on sale.



I disagree with part of this post... unity isn't worth £1.32

There's a further discount if you have any spare ubisoft club-points (obtained from playing ubisoft games and earning achievements) laying about. I believe it's 20%.
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