Ubisoft will release a collection of three Assassin's Creed remasters this November, according to a new report. The Ezio Collection will include Assassin's Creed 2, Brotherhood and Revelations, the three games that told the story of the series' most beloved protagonist.
French gaming site Gameblog reports that the collection will include the three games, remastered with new textures, 1080p visuals and a solid 30fps frame rate. They've also attained promotional artwork for the release, which you can see above.
Released between 2009 and 2011, the trilogy charted the story of Ezio – a brash and cocky young man who becomes an accomplished assassin and pope-killer (it's okay, the pope was a terrible human) in Renaissance-era Italy.
His popularity was no doubt aided by the creative success of Assassin's Creed 2, which is considered the best game of the series even after nine console entries and multiple spin-offs.
After the problematic release of Assassin's Creed Unity in 2014 - a co-op focused entry that launched with a multitude of well-publicised bugs and glitches - Ubisoft elected to give the series a break following last year's Syndicate. In February, Ubisoft revealed that it was "stepping back and re-examining" the Assassin's Creed series, noting that it "learned a lot" from feedback following Unity.
A new Assassin's Creed is expected in 2017, and according to reports it will be set in Ancient Egypt,
There's still plenty of Assassin's Creed to tide fans over. In December the movie adaptation starring Michael Fassbender will be released in the US, and now there's this collection as well. While it hasn't yet been officially confirmed by Ubisoft, Gameblog's report is a latest to reveal its existence. In August a Korean ratings board also leaked that the game was in the works.