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Xbox One Assassin's Creed V Unity for £18.99 - Download only! SimplyCDKeys
Xbox One Assassin's Creed V Unity for £18.99 - Download only! SimplyCDKeys

Xbox One Assassin's Creed V Unity for £18.99 - Download only! SimplyCDKeys

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Assassin's Creed V Unity for £18.99 seems like a great price. Cheaper than I've seen it anywhere else or on here so far

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when was this dubbed ac:5?

it was around £16 last week on the same site but still a good buy

Bugs fixed yet?

The_Hoff

Bugs fixed yet?


Yeah they have been fixed for a while now. Great game!

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aiden0109

when was this dubbed ac:5?


I wondered that too, but it's what the site labelled it and so I figured it must be right.

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The_Hoff

Bugs fixed yet?


I'll tell you when I've played it! From what the blogs are saying, there are still one or two minor issues, but the dealbreakers have all been addressed now. That's why I haven't bought it until now.

iv got it on PS4, any point in getting it for xbone?

Perest

iv got it on PS4, any point in getting it for xbone?



Unless it has multiplayer and you have different friends who want to play it with you i wouldn't bother. No point in buying it twice.

It runs better on the XB1 apparently, one of the few games that does!

clnsndrs

Unless it has multiplayer and you have different friends who want to play … Unless it has multiplayer and you have different friends who want to play it with you i wouldn't bother. No point in buying it twice.


cool thanks

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aiden0109

when was this dubbed ac:5?

it's not and should never be.

It was £16.99 a few days ago, but still a great price at £18.99!

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andrewmtaylor_91

it's not and should never be.


Why? I'm just curious. Is it not the fifth game in the series?

i guess not

leaston

I wondered that too, but it's what the site labelled it and so I figured … I wondered that too, but it's what the site labelled it and so I figured it must be right.



So far it seems that they use a number when they view the game to be a significant jump from the previous one (I think that's their logic) i.e. big jump from AC1 to AC2, then a few similar games, then AC3 had a new engine and ship mechanics, AC4 was, um, on next gen. Hmmm. That logic does fall apart. Chalk it all up to the whims of Ubisoft's marketing department.
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