E3 2017: What’s in the box? Assassin’s Creed: Origins and Far Cry 5 Collector’s Editions Revealed

June 14, 2017

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Here at Rocket Chainsaw, we love a good Collector’s Edition. We love it when press send us kits with lots of little bits and pieces, it gets us even more excited for the game. So when we saw Ubisoft unveil their $1249.50AUD Assassin’s Creed: Origins Dawn of the Creed Legendary Edition our collective jaws hit the floor!

There are two collector’s editions above the previously announced Assassin’s Creed: Origins Gods Edition, with the other being the regular Dawn of the Creed edition (from $219.95AUD). The differences appear to mostly be in the figurine. While the regular Dawn of the Creed edition has a 37cm figurine of Bayek & Senu, the Legendary edition is a whopping 73cm, and in resin.

Other differences include the eagle skull amulet in resin, as well as four large lithographs. Most importantly, these editions both include the Season Pass, which the Gods Edition does not. You can pre-order them from the Ubisoft Store today, and take note that there are only 1,000 of the Legendary edition available, and each figurine is numbered.

Check them out below:

Next up we have the eerie new Far Cry 5 collector’s editions. We mentioned that two larger collectors editions would be revealed at E3 2017, and Ubisoft was quick to make them available for pre-order on the Ubisoft Store once their press conference wrapped up.

Firstly we have the Far Cry 5 The Father Edition (From $169.95AUD), referencing the game’s main antagonist. This edition will include a 30cm Father figurine, however it will not include the Season Pass.

What you’ll be wanting to spend a little bit of extra money on is the Far Cry 5 Hope County, MT Collector’s Case (from $259.95AUD). This bad boy does include the season pass, and also comes with a 45cm deer skull in resin which looks absolutely amazing.

Check it out below:

Assassin’s Creed: Origins is due out on the 27th of October 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, while Far Cry 5 has a ‘early 2018’ launch window for the same platforms. Check back with Rocket Chainsaw as we go hands on with all the great titles of E3 2017!