Ubisoft has decided to insert only the digital edition instead of the physical copy in the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Collector’s Edition.
The Collector’s Editions of video game titles have always attracted the attention of players thanks to the presence of not only the physical copy of the game but also of a rich series of additional contents that include – usually – action figures, steelbooks, and bonuses to be used directly at the software inside.
Presented on April 30th with a trailer capable of immediately attracting the attention of those who have never tried one of the previous chapters of the series, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is no exception and will also be available with a very rich Collector’s Edition equipped of a multitude of collectibles, including one statuette of the protagonist Eivor, a set of exclusive lithographs, the original soundtrack and a statue depicting the female alter-ego of Eivor and her Drakkar, the classic ship belonging to the Viking civilization.
Despite all these rare items present in the exclusive box, the users may be disappointed as it will not be possible for them to also have the physical copy of the game. To reveal it was directly a comment made by a user on the Ubisoft forums. When ordering the game, the screen that will be shown will inform the user that, following a modification made by Ubisoft itself, the Collector’s Edition will only contain the digital copy of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, downloadable on your console through a code that will be sent by e-mail.
The reasons that led Ubisoft to insert the digital edition of the game only are not known at the moment, considering that the same Collector’s Edition on PlayStation 4 will regularly be provided with the physical copy, as initially expected also on the Microsoft software platform.
Waiting to receive new information on this, we remind you that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on November 17, and then it will be released later also on the next-generation consoles.