Assassin’s Creed 3 will support micro-transactions

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Hey! Hey! Over here! Psst, Assassin’s Creed 3 is out on Wednesday, isn’t that cool? So far, the game looks like a winner, packed full of content and hours of play. Of course, there’ll always be more content available, but at a price, for such in-game multiplayer goodies specifically. Here’s a look at what you’ll be throwing your MS Points and dollahs at, so that Ubisoft can make it rain.

Assassin’s Creed 3 ships with a multiplayer mode, that will have the usual grinding and levelling up in place, in order to unlock newer weapons and gear. If you’re thinking “Testicles to that!”, then good news oh impatient gamer, because you can fast-track your way up through the rankings, through the use of Erudito packs. Profit!

WorthPlaying pointed out this week that the US PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace had both updated to Erudito packs, with the PS Blog describing the content as available in-game only.

According to the Xbox Live description, the credits contained within the packs will allow you “to acquire some game items, disregarding your current level”. Here’s what they will cost ya;

  • 20 Erudito Pack = 80 MSP ($1 USD)
  • 50 Erudito Pack = 160 MSP ($2 USD)
  • 155 Erudito Pack = 400 MSP ($5 USD)
  • 380 Erudito Pack = 800 MSP ($10 USD)
  • 925 Erudito Pack = 1600 MSP ($20 USD)

Assassin’s Creed 3 on Wednesday locally,on PS3 and Xbox 360. PC Gamers, you’ll have to wait a little longer, as usual.

Last Updated: October 29, 2012

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