Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Collectors Edition

By DavieMarshall, 8 years ago
Ubisoft have unveiled their rather great looking collectors edition package for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. It's up now on Ubisoft's own shop, so the details are concrete.

All of the items below come contained within a 'beautiful and detailed Renaissance' chest:

o A copy of Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood game
o The Original Codex written by the hand of Altaïr: a quality 60 pages book revealing all the history of the Assassins and presenting the artworks of Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood.
o A detailed map of ROME
o Multiplayer Characters Collectible Cards: a set of trade cards presenting all the characters of Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood Multiplayer, their kill moves and biography
o Assassin’s Creed® Lineage DVD: discover the story of Giovanni Auditore, Ezio’s father, by watching this three episodes short movie.
o An exclusive Bonus DVD containing the Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood original soundtrack, galleries…

o Exclusive unlockable content:
. One Multiplayer Character: The Harlequin, a deadly assassin lying behind a gaudy costume and a twisted smiling mask

NOTE - The following items are purported to be territory specific, visit Ubisoft's website for specific information for your countries pre-ordering

. One Multiplayer Character: The Officer, a stealthy assassin who can assassinate his targets with a swift and powerful attack
. One exclusive single player indoor map: The Trajan Market
. One exclusive single player outdoor map: Aqua Gears map
In the US (no word yet on pre-orders made elswhere) you will also get an actual jack-in-the-box stylised accordingly. Buying from Gamestop will mean that you get a harlequin styled toy whilst all other retailers feature the masked creature you see in the first pictures given below Here's a visual impression of where your money is going.

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This collectors edition is priced at $99.99 (US), £69.99 (UK). The game is set to release November 16th (US), and November 19th (EU).