It looks like Ubisoft may soon be announcing a collection of the Assassin’s Creed games, if a listing on the French Amazon site is to be believed. The site’s listing has the collection down for release on the 29th of November, a month after the release of Assassin’s Creed III.
The product description just lists Assassin’s Creed 1, 2 and 3, but Brotherhood and Revelations will also be included according to a infographic posted by the Russian site, assassins-creed.ru.
The infographic also states that the anthology will include all bonus content from the games, which I assume will also mean that the AC3 Season Pass will be included to download future DLC. A steelbook case and 5 lithographs will also be included in the pack.
Ubisoft have apparently confirmed to Eurogamer that an official announcement for the Anthology will be announced later this week. The only price point available is currently €150, which is approximately £120. If you shop around you can pick up the games individually for around £80 , less if you have a PS3 and buy Revelations, which comes with the first Assassin’s Creed.
Of course we’ll have to wait for this official announcement and the pricing, before you can decide if it will be worth trading in the older titles to get the set in one collection.