Assassin’s Creed Ezio Trilogy Collection Coming To PlayStation 3

By Ishaan . September 26, 2012 . 9:30am

Ubisoft are releasing an Assassin’s Creed Ezio Trilogy package exclusively for the PlayStation 3, comeNovember. The bundle will contain all three Assassin’s Creed games featuring Ezio Auditore da Firenze. That includes Assassin’s Creed II (with all DLC included), Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations.



Assassin’s Creed Ezio Trilogy will be released on November 13th for $40 in North America. Prior to that, Ubisoft will release Assassin’s Creed III on October 30th.

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  • Tales_of_Master

    KNEW IT, not playing the games when they were first released paid off. Although Revelations is really bad from what I heard, it’s worth it to pick up the collection to play ACII and Brotherhood. So much awesome coming the few next months, my wallet won’t survive that xc

    • Luis Camargo

      Revelations isn’t a bad game by any means. But after playing ACII and AC Brotherhood, Revelations didn’t do anything new to stand out. 

      So playing Revelations, after playing AC2 and Brotherhood, can fell really repetitive for the player.
      Even so, this collection is great for anyone who didn’t played any AC games and are waiting for AC3. 

      • Gurbinder Nagra

         I feel that playing brotherhood right after Assassin’s creed II was repetitive enough. Still haven’t finished brotherhood, don’t know how I’m going to deal with Revelations.

        Hopefully 3 changes the pattern though, but I’m not buying it until I finish brotherhood and revelations.

    •  well revelations is ok, the tower defense mini game on the other hand….

    • It paid off to wait since 2009? Skipping three perfectly fine games like that for three years paid off?

      I mean, I can understand waiting, but honestly, I know I picked up the PS3 versions of AC, AC2 and Brotherhood for no more than 15 bucks each over the last three years, and played them all on PC after I picked them up on sale.
      (Hint: Steam Summer/Holiday Sales net you the whole pack for about the same as the price for this trilogy, if not less)

      And to be clear, all three of them were good games. AC2 was probably the best of the bunch, as it told a fairly long and satisfying story over a long period of Ezio’s life, while Brotherhood and Revelations are more specific and tell a more focused story. All three together, plus the Embers animated movie, paint a rich picture of the life of Ezio Auditore da Firenze you can’t help but cherish.

      As for the gameplay, I consider Revelations vastly superior to Brotherhood, the only thing that dragged it down was that it was fairly close to what we’ve already seen with AC:B. However, it improved on almost every half-baked feature Brotherhood introduced, from the way recruits and assassin mission work over the combat to the Multiplayer – Revelations appeared much more polished.

      • Tales_of_Master

         Yeah, skipping three games that you’re mildly interested in is beneficial on the long run, since you know money doesn’t grow on trees, at least not to me.

        Glad to hear that Revelations is not as bad as I heard, and even if it wasn’t that good, I doubt I would stop playing after finishing the first two games.

    • Sardorim

       You were smart but not everyone has the luxury of waiting such a long time after the games have been out.

  • XypherCode

    That’s nice. :)

  • MrRobbyM

    Sony and Ubisoft or at least Assassin’s Creed have a good relationship. I might not get this since I already beat 2 and got pretty far in Brotherhood though this is a pretty good deal.

  • kupomogli

    Good things come to those who wait.  I haven’t played a single Assassin’s Creed, but I’ve been drooling over Assassin’s Creed 3 and was telling a friend if I liked the game I’d end up picking up the others.  Looks like it’ll be cheaper for me to do that.

    • Leon_Tekashi

      I too have never played an AC game, this is my chance to get all three under a reasonable price.

      • You’re forgetting AC 1, the DS games, the psp game >.>

        • Leon_Tekashi

          I’ll try them eventually.

        • Ren

          And @Leon_Tekashi:disqus is doing good in forgetting them. They are not exactly very fun to play… well, I can’t say anything about the second DS one since I’ve never played it, but seriously, don’t start the series through any game other than AC2. I’ve seen many people giving up on it because they started with the first game.

          • Don’t bother with the second one, wasen’t bad as the first but was still bad.

          • Ignore this message AC2  for the DS is great

  • DCBlackbird

    Aw man no love for altair 

  • D H

    Gotta say, I feel slightly responsible.  Probably in no way at all, but I tweeted them for this back on September 5… hopefully, the DLC content will be on disc like I asked too?  (DarrienEmerald over on Twitter, if you want some proof… dunno why, I just feel happy about it)

  • Learii

    where assassin creed 1 lol

    • Sardorim

       Ezio wasn’t in 1.

      • Learii

        oh no? i tho he was lol

  • Holy crap, every company churning out collections aren’t they.

    • Quinton Cunningham

      Same thing happened last gen. Especially on the PS2. DMC 5th anniversary collection, both Megaman collections, MGS essentials collection, Street Fighter Anniversary, Mortal Kombat, Resident Evil essentials, and the GTA collection to name a few.

  • brian yep

    Man, companies must really like re-releasing games in collections.

    • Sardorim

       Well, gamers keep eating them up. Can’t blame them when the cash is flowing for such little effort.

  • Margaret Chan

    Considering i never got to play any of the previous Assassin’s Creed games, this is looking pretty nice to me. I can bum off my brother’s PS3 since I plan on buying Liberation.

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