Considering that Assassin’s Creed Origins is a reboot of sorts for the franchise, Ubisoft is going big with a range of three editions that you’ll be able to apprehend upon the game’s release this year on Oct. 27 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Starting with the God’s Collector’s Edition, it will be available for $119.99 including the Digital Deluxe Pack and Secrets of the First Pyramids mission. An art book, soundtrack, printed world map, and 10.2 inch Bayek figurine will accompany this version as well.
The next step up comes in the form of the Dawn of the Creed Collector’s Edition exclusively on the Uplay shop for $159.99. It also features the soundtrack, art book, and map, but is different in that it expands your game content not only with that pack and extra mission, but also the Season Pass. Another type of Bayek figurine featuring his eagle Senu replaces the one in the aforementioned edition that stands at 15.4 inches. Other features include two art cards, a replica of Bayek’s eagle skill amulet, and a Steelbook.
However, if you are a true devotee to the Creed and happen to be rolling in money, you can go all in with Dawn of the Creed Legendary Edition, which is a whopping $799.99. It comes with the digital pack, mission, Season Pass, soundtrack, art book, art cards, map, and amulet replica (made out of resin this time), but what sets it apart are two exclusive Steelbooks, four lithographs signed by Ubisoft Montreal artists, a Collector’s Certificate of Authenticity, and the same figurine from the Dawn of the Creed Collector’s Edition that’s twice as big and created with resin. There are only 999 to claim exclusively on the Uplay Shop, with only 200 units being sold in North America.
All of these editions come with copies of Assassin’s Creed Origins, of course, and while you’d expect them to only be available upon the game’s release, you would actually receive the Legendary Edition’s figurine, amulet, Steelbook, lithographs and certificate in July with the rest of the items shipping in September. If you’d like to know a bit more details about all of these editions, you can check out Mikel Reparaz post on the Ubiblog.
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What are your thoughts on Assassin’s Creed Origins so far? What are some Collector’s Editions that you’ve purchased before, and will you be pre-ordering any of these? Tell us how much you’ll need to plunder pyramids to afford these editions in the comments section below.