Assassin’s Creed Shadows Season Pass and DLC Prices Leaked

A dataminer has revealed several details on the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Shadows (formerly Assassin’s Creed Red) post-launch content.

The dataminer, named @Ubisoft_Frax has outlined several new details and prices on Assassin’s Creed Shadows’ post-launch content. According to the dataminer, Shadows will launch with at least two post-launch new expansions at $25 each, or you can buy the Season Pass for $40.

In addition to the post-launch content, the data miner has also revealed the prices for the upcoming Helix currency, which is the Assassin’s Creed currency, to purchase in-game items.

500 Helix – $/€5
1050 Helix – $/€10
2300 Helix – $/€20
4200 Helix – $/€35
6600 Helix – $/€50

It’s currently unclear on how Assassin’s Creed Shadows’ content will be priced in-game, but Insider Gaming understands that the currency will be used inside Infinity, the central hub for Assassin’s Creed.

Images sent to Insider Gaming show that cosmetic items can be purchased via earnable and purchasable currencies. This includes the likes of cosmetic changes to your clothing, weapons, and more.

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  1. I hope when this game tanks, Ubisoft will get rid of MTX in SP games once and for all. We got publishers to stop using loot boxes, MTX in SP games should be next.

  2. I’m so tired of microtransactions. I just want to have my excitement for games not decimated by greedy corporate decisions. Had this released ten years ago, I would have been over the moon. Now, Ubisoft is just money hungry and their open worlds are lifeless marker chasers.

  3. while I don’t like microtransactions, the ones in AC games have never bothered me because they are all nasty-looking cosmetic shit and some resource/map stuff. don’t need to buy them to do anything in these games

  4. They’re just cosmetic items. I’ve never really cared about microtransactions one way or the other. The only cosmetic items I’ve ever purchased in an Ubisoft game were bought with what I earned, and I don’t think I even used the items.

    However, I am glad this game will have DLC. If the main game’s good, I’ll gladly pay the $40. I’d much rather Ubisoft and other publishers go back to the “old” model of selling a game with additional DLC later than continue with Live Service games.

  5. F this. Bought mirage and pop: lost crown cause it was free of micro transactions. Will not be touching this at all. My Valhalla copy is in a dumpster somewhere if you wanna go dive for it.

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