The Assassin’s Creed Collection is out now. But it might not be what you were hoping for.
Ubisoft caused a bit of a stir last year when they registered an Assassins Creed Collection domain. Naturally, this led many to believe that some sort of package full of Assassin’s Creed games could be on its way to current-gen consoles. Sadly, it’s not to be. Ubisoft has now confirmed that The Assassin’s Creed Collection is instead a line of collectible figurines from the AC universe. It also appears that the Collection is currently only available in the UK.
According to the manufacturers, every figure is “hand-painted to feature incredible details from the game’s characters,” and that “all the characters’ outfits and weaponry are faithfully reproduced.”
The first batch of figures is set to include a plethora of Assassin’s from the franchise, namely Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad, Ezio Auditore, Haytham Kenway, Jacob Frye, Cesare Borgia, and Shay Cormac. Cesare Borgia is notably the only character out of the lot who isn’t a playable assassin in the games. The promo images also show Evie Frye from Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and Connor from Assassin’s Creed III, but Ubisoft has yet to confirm when those will be made available. The figures are available as a part of a monthly subscription, with the first figurine costing £2.99.