E3 2014: Assassin’s Creed: Unity Collector’s Edition, Arno Figurine and Replica Phantom Blade


Assassin’s Creed fans have three new collectible offerings to save up for this October alongside the release of the new-gen only installment, Unity.

As expected, there is an Assassin’s Creed: Unity collector’s edition. For $129.99, it contains:

• Stunning 16-inch tall statue of Master Assassin Arno Dorian, leading the revolutionary charge

• Fully functioning Assassin’s Creed Unity wooden music box playing a remixed version of the theme song

• Gorgeous art book showcasing never-before-seen concept art, original game soundtrack and Notre Dame Cathedral collector’s edition showcase box

• Two in-game missions containing over 45 minutes of extra gameplay: Killed by Science & Chemical Revolution

Pre-orders for the Assassin’s Creed: Unity collector’s edition are available now at Amazon.com for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

If the collector’s edition statue doesn’t do it for you, check out the standalone figurine from UBICollectibles. The statue depicts “Arno: The Fearless Assassin” standing in a charismatic pose at the foot of the barricades ready to lead the fight for freedom. Pricing and dimensions have not been revealed as of yet, but Ubisoft has confirmed that the figure will go on sale October 14th at retailers and the Uplay Shop. Bonus DLC in the form of the Fearless Assassin in-game outfit will be included as well.


Last but not least, Ubisoft has partnered with McFarlane Toys on the creation of a wearable replica Phantom Blade, the new all-in-one assassin tool of death wielding by Unity protagonist, Arno Dorian. The Phantom Blade functions as a hidden blade and a retractable crossbow capable of firing a soft plastic dart. Use it for your next Assassin’s Creed cosplay, or just put it on display as part of your game collection. It’ll be available this holiday for $59.99. Pre-order your very on Phantom Blade today at Amazon.com or the Uplay Shop.


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