Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Uplay Exclusive Collector’s Edition

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If you plan on buying Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, the new title in the series starring brother and sister twin Assassins during Industrial Revolution era London, you’ve got three choices.

There’s the usual $59.99 standard edition. There’s a Gold Edition, which comes bundled with a DLC Season Pass for $89.99. Last but certainly not least, is the Collector’s Edition, a $120 package available exclusively through the Uplay online shop.

Pictured up top, the Collector’s Edition includes:

• Artbook
• Collector’s box
• DLC Season Pass
• Double-sided poster map of London
• 9-inch Jacob “Crossroad” figurine
• Official Soundtrack (Digital MP3)

Pre-ordering any version of the game will grant access to the Darwin and Dickens Conspiracy bonus mission pack:

Embark on two pulse-quickening missions that will take you into the inner sanctums of London’s most influential men. Defend Charles Darwin’s discoveries from those who would kill to silence him. And help a friend of legendary writer Charles Dickens keep a secret that could get him killed.

Here’s a larger pic of the Jacob statue included with the Collector’s Edition:

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