The latest release in the Assassin’s Creed saga – which is doing brilliantly with critics – has sparked off yet another price war on the UK High Street.
The headline price comes from HMV, which is selling the game for just £2.99 when customers trade-in a copy of last week’s release Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Sainsbury’s is offering the lowest no-strings attached deal – £29.99. Interestingly, it's the first time this quarter that the supermarket has ditched the additional requirement of a minimum spend in-store to get the deal.
Asda is once again offering a price of £4.97 when punters trade in either Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, Fable III or Fallout: New Vegas. Standalone the game will retail for £36.97.
Blockbuster is selling Brotherhood for 99p when two of either Black Ops, Fable III, Force Unelashed II, New Vegas, MMA or F1 2010 are traded in.
Tesco has opted for a £26 price when customers buy a £20 PSN or Xbox Live points card. Morrisons has gone for £32.99 and GameStation is offering an additional £5 off when customers trade-in any two games.