UbiWorkshop Opens Assassin’s Creed Encyclopedia Worldwide Pre-Orders


Are you a student of the Assassin’s Creed franchise with a thirst for as much knowledge about Templars and assassins as you can cram into that noggin of yours? Then free run yourself over to the UbiWorkshop and pre-order a copy of the Assassin’s Creed Encyclopedia – White Edition.

If you’re living in Europe, you’re already getting the Black Edition of the encyclopedia if you managed to pre-order the Assassin’s Creed: Revelations Animus Edition. But for everyone else in the world, the White Edition is the standalone release, complete with an exclusive “Cartes Blanches” collection of artwork created by fans and industry artists.

The hardcover encyclopedia is stuffed with 256 pages of artwork, historical information, character profiles and storylines covering the entire Assassin’s Creed universe, including all of the games, comic books, graphic novels, and even the animated short film, Embers, that comes packed inside the Revelations Animus Edition.

The expected ship date for the Assassin’s Creed Encyclopedia is this November, appropriately timed to meet the launch of Revelations. At full price, the book retails for $34.95, but if you get your pre-order in by September 1st you’ll get five bucks knocked off the price.

Mondays with Volt #21 – Assassin’s Creed Encyclopedia Special [UbiWorkshop]

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