After taking a sabbatical in 2016, Ubisoft is offering a refresher course in its long-running stealth series with the Humble Assassin's Creed Bundle for PC.
Like all Humble Bundle deals, the Assassin's Creed package divides games into priced tiers. The first offers some games for a little, the second has more games for more money, and the third promises a lot of games for a reasonable amount. Buying a game in a higher-priced tier gets you all the games in that tier plus those below it.
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One dollar nets you the original Assassin's Creed plus three of the Chronicles spin-off games. Beat the going average average—$5.73 as of this writing—and you'll get Assassin's Creed Liberation II, Assassin's Creed Liberation, and Assassin's Creed III plus the third game's Tyranny of King Washington: The Infamy DLC expansion.
For $15, you get all those games in addition to Assassin's Creed Unity and Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.
The Assassin's Creed Bundle, which includes almost but not quite the entire series, could serve as a hint that Ubisoft is gearing up to release a new installment in the franchise. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the series, a milestone Ubisoft would probably rather not miss. The original game was released in November 2007 to mixed reviews, but the second game resonated with more critics and players upon its publication in 2009.
Ubisoft went on to publish an Assassin's Creed game every year through 2015's Assassin's Creed Syndicate, when the publisher decided to take a hiatus after Syndicate released to high scores but poor initial sales.