Yet to get into Ubisoft's mega-popular Assassin's Creed series? While some might say its lost its way with the sheer magnitude of releases of the years, the decision for it to skip 2016 (other than a movie) gives newcomers plenty of time to play catch-up. So here's Humble Bundle playing rescue.
For the next 13 days, you can lap up the original Assassin's Creed and 3 of the 'Chronicles' side-scrolling entries switching up the Damascus setting of the first game to places like China, Russia and India.
As usual, they're on a not-so-strict 'Pay What You Want' system, meaning you could grab all 4 of the titles for $1 and send it to a charity rather than lining the publisher's pockets with your single green bill. And heck, the video below shows Omar Sy reaching out to buyers of the bundle to support both the Tides and Pablove foundations.
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But, much like any Humble Bundle, there's additional rewards for digging a little deeper. If you pass the current average spend of $7.32 (about £5.96) you'll grab the HD remake of Assassin's Creed: Liberation alongside both Assassin's Creed 2 and 3. Boost your total to $15 (£12.21) to gain access to both Assassin's Creed Unity and Brotherhood.
It's a lot of Assassin's Creed in one go, and certainly enough to tide a potential fan over for the inevitable release of the 2017 game. It helps to get in early, but it's mostly for charity - so something is better than nothing.