Here’s The Assassin’s Creed Shadows Collector’s Edition


Assassin’s Creed Shadows was revealed by Ubisoft today, with a gorgeous trailer being released to showcase the next major iteration in the legendary series. It’s officially hitting the market on November 15, and the most die-hard of fans will be eagerly securing the best edition of the game possible. Ubisoft has gone above and beyond with the Assassin’s Creed Shadows Collector’s Edition – it’s one of the most ambitious bundles in franchise history.

Assassin’s Creed Shadows Collector’s Edition is Insane

Ubisoft just lifted the lid on one of the cleanest and most valuable Collector’s Editions in the history of Assassin’s Creed. In November, players will be able to get their hands on this top-tier edition of Assassin’s Creed Shadows, but it costs a pretty penny – $239.99 to be precise.

But what does the Assassin’s Creed Shadows Collector’s Edition come with?

At the centre of the bundle is an incredible 40cm statue of Naoe and Yasuke, the game’s protagonist duo. This hand-painted statue is the crown jewel of the Collector’s Edition, but it’s only the start in terms of the full package.

Alongside the statue sits an exclusive steelbook case, a collector’s artbook with stunning lithographic prints, a life-size katana ‘tsuba’ (hand guard) with a display stand, a gorgeous world map, and a ‘meticulously crafted’ Japanese wall scroll measuring 70x30cm. It all comes packaged in a box that’s a collector’s item in itself, and as standard, the edition comes with the Ultimate Edition of the game.

For a true fan, it’s well worth the expense. It’s arguably the biggest and boldest Collector’s Edition in series history.

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  1. The latest release in the Crash series is Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, which was made BY Toys For Bob and released in 2020…Google’s free, and it can help you not disrespect the studio you wrote your article about, lmao

  2. I mean in terms of Collector’s Edition offerings it’s pretty decent but I always feel that it’s weird offering a statue for a protagonist that you’ve not even played as yet. Like sure if they end up being an amazing AC protagonist then value but what happens if they end up having the personality of a wet noodle and just super bland. Or just end up as one of the worst protagonist of the series.

  3. I only need a blade and Assassin’s Creed meaningful narrative in the game to play. Hold on it’s not Assassin’s Creed anymore so I’ll enjoy reading the Assassin’s Wiki and all about the Japanese Brotherhood, Master Hatori and his ninjas who fight the Templars in Japan since 1549 to bring order on the island and protect the artifact, sword of Eden.
    You carry on getting hyped with this duo protagonists who are nothing more than avengers tighted on another family drama and run on a parallel narrative with Assassin’s Creed.

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