"Black or White? Get hold of Assassin’s Creed® II limited editions on pre-order now”

Today at GamesCom 2009, Ubisoft announced that the Assassin’s Creed II White Edition will be available exclusively at GAME.

This follows the recent announcement of the Black Edition, with both available for pre-order now.

Assassin’s Creed II White Edition– Available at GAME at£59.99 (£49.99 on PC)

This Limited Edition of the game will be available for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, and Includes:

- An Ezio collectable statue (20 cm / 8.5 inches tall)

- An unlockable in-game bonus quest within the walls of one of the most mysterious monuments of the Renaissance: The Santa Maria Dei Frari church in Venice!

Assassin’s Creed II Black Edition - Available exclusively at Play.com at£69.99 (£59.99 on PC)

This Extremely Limited Edition of Assassin’s Creed II comes packaged in a collectors box and will be available for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. It Includes:

- 3 unlockable in-game bonus quests

- A“Conspiracy Book” behind the scenes artbook

- The game soundtrack

- A rare“Master Assassin” Ezio black figurine

Exclusive in-game quests can only be found in the limited editions through using a single-use code to unlock the content in-game. An online connection is required to activate the in-game quests

Each quest will offer a unique gameplay experience within the walls of the most secretive monuments from the Italian Renaissance such as the Medici palace, Venice arsenal shipyard or the Santa Maria Dei Frari church Be one of the exclusive few that will discover for themselves the secrets hidden within...

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