Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection Marketing Material Appears

Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection is becoming one of the worst kept secrets in the industry at the moment. It already appeared on the South Korean ratings board, and now some promotional material has been leaked which all but confirms the Ezio trilogy will be re-released. Those games are Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. The image appears to been have sent to as well as some other information.



Apparently the Ezio Collection will run at 30fps in 1080p, it will contain all DLC, and it will include two movies which are Lineage and Ember. The collection will be releasing in November for PS4 and Xbox One according to Gameblog’s sources.


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  1. I’m confused, are the games being remastered or not? If not, I doubt I’ll bother…

    • Thats what I was thinking. If they’ve improved lighting, textures etc, then I’d consider buying the collection.

      • I’m not holding my breath though, re-texturing all of the cities would take ages (especially in AC2), and the PC ports have been pretty poor so it’s not as if they can use the PC assets.

  2. I could be tempted but I seriously need to finish black flag and syndicate first. Couldn’t they just made a assassins creed collection with all the PS3/Vita (liberation)games for PS4 instead. Although the enzo saga was excellent.

  3. I’l definitely be getting this to fill the void of not having a new AC this year, for the first time in years. I know people complained about the annual releases but I enjoyed every single one of them.

    • Yeah they are generally very good games.

      I only really got into the series from Black Flag, so if this collection is well made I’ll get it.

  4. Or I could play through it any time i wanted because I own the Ezio Trilogy already. :D

    But yeah, this is not a surprise. Everything is being remastered/ported over nowadays. Either they’ll put in 100% effort and do it justice or they’ll use the Make it even worse then the original because we want cash and screw you effort.

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