An Update: Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Collectors Edition

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Yesterday we posted up those awesome pictures for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Collectors edition with the Jack-in-the-Box thingamajig.

We got onto our local Ubisoft representative to confirm that we will be getting the same set and unfortunately we are not, it’s a US exclusive. But all is not lost as we will be getting a Limited Codex Edition which has some pretty interesting additions to it… and we are getting some pre-order benefits as well.

So what’s in our Limited Codex Edition?

  • A copy of Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood game
  • The Original Codex written by the hand of Altaïr: a quality 60 pages book revealing all the history of the Assassins and presenting the artworks of Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood.
  • A detailed map of ROME
  • Multiplayer Characters Collectible Cards: a set of trade cards presenting all the characters of Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood Multiplayer, their kill moves and biography
  • Assassin’s Creed® Lineage DVD: discover the story of Giovanni Auditore, Ezio’s father, by watching this three episodes short movie.
  • An exclusive Bonus DVD containing the Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood original soundtrack, galleries…
  • Exclusive unlockable content: 
    • One Multiplayer Character: The Harlequin, a deadly assassin lying behind a gaudy costume and a twisted smiling mask
    • One Multiplayer Character: The Officer, a stealthy assassin who can assassinate his targets with a swift and powerful attack
    • One exclusive single player indoor map: The Trajan Market
    • One exclusive single player outdoor map:  Aqua Gears map


And if you pre-order your PS3 version at BTGames you stand in line to receive an exclusive Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood beta code. There are only 255 of these codes available so if you want in then I would suggest doing it quickly.

There are also other pre-order incentives that will be announced by retailers this week… what these are is a mystery but keep those eyes peeled.

This is one of Ubisoft’s biggest titles so don’t be surprised to see it pushed really heavily at this years Gamescom.

Last Updated: August 11, 2010

Gavin Mannion

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