New downloadable bundles have been made available for the upcoming Assassin's Creed 3. The Gold Edition is currently available at the EU Playstation store and is priced at Â£109.99. This edition includes Assassin's Creed 3, Assassin's Creed: Liberation for the PS Vita and a Season Pass that gives one full access to all additional DLC upon release, including an exclusive discount on all upcoming digital content, additional single-player missions and multiplayer packages.
There are two more version of the Gold Edition available as well, one without Liberation (supposedly for players without a PS Vita) and the other without the Season Pass (for those who don't want all the DLC). Both of these editions are priced at Â£84.99. All the versions include the extra mission "A Dangerous Secret" also available with the GAME - exclusive Special Edition.
To make matters more confusing there are more expensive collector's editions available. The top tier version, called the Freedom Edition, comes with a 9-inch Connor figurine, steel book case, George Washington's Notebook, two additional single player missions (Ghost of War and Lost Mayan Ruins) and the multiplayer package - Sharpshooter.
The other version (a bit cheaper) is called the Join or Die Edition and that comes with basically the same things except for a few changes. It will fashion a different packaging and Connor's figurine is replaced by Connor's Medallion, and you will only get the Ghost of War single player missions. Finally there is the Special Edition which just comes along with exclusive single player mission - A Dangerous Secret. So as you can see, you have to get two of these editions to get all additional single player missions although, they should become available for download later on.
Currently these bundles have only been announced for Europe but, soon enough should be announced for the US as well. I mean come on, the game is based around the American Revolution, some sort of bundle will definitely be announced soon enough. Well I never really bother with these fancy editions and just stick to the game itself. But what do you guys think? Are you willing to cough up the dough to get your hands on one of these bad boys or would you rather grab the game and save your money for a nicely modded controller?
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