Assassin’s Creed Unity Bastille Edition
Platform: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC
Regions: PAL, NTSC
Assassin’s Creed Unity came out in 2014 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3. PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Ubisoft released several special editions to choose from: the Special Edition, Bastille Edition, the Notre Dame Edition, and the Guillotine Collector’s Case, which was the most expensive one and was only sold at Ubisoft’s online store. This article looks at the Bastille Edition for PlayStation 4.
It comes in a tin box with a bronze color. There’s a relief of the Assassin’s Creed logo and title on the front, along with some decorations.
On the back you can see an artwork of the main character, Arno Dorian, in sepia tones.
Inside you’ll find the game and several extras: an artbook, an envelope and a soundtrack cd.
The art book is quite small but does look pretty nice: it has a hard cover and the concept art for Assassin’s Creed games is always very beautiful. There are four chapters: Arno Dorian, Characters, French Revolution and Time Anomalies.
The envelope contains two lithographs. it’s something Ubisoft has been including with many Assassin’s Creed special editions for a few years now. The lithos look good, with atmospheric artworks for the game.
The soundtrack cd has been filled with 26 tracks, not bad! It’s also nice to get an actual cd and not just a download code.
Lastly, a voucher for some downloadable content. It unlocks two additional single player missions: The Chemical Revolution and The American Prisoner.
All in all, a worthy special edition for its price. The contents are nothing too original or unique, but they deliver on their promises. A good edition for those who want a little more than the regular version but don’t want to spend a lot of extra money.