The murderous anthology includes five games and more DLC than you can shake a hidden blade at.
You may have lost track of the Assassin's Creed series at some point over the past five years. I don't blame you; Between ACII's annualized installments and the series' numerous mobile releases there's a lot of murder to get through. If you've fallen behind on the series, Ubisoft has just the thing.
The Assassin's Creed Anthology contains every Assassin's Creed console game, including the recently released Assassin's Creed III. The final count stands at five games total. Each title comes with its respective DLC and bonus content (single player and multiplayer), and presumably a season pass for the Assassin's Creed 3 DLC due to hit next year. All told, Ubisoft puts the pack's total gameplay length at around 100 hours, depending on how anal you are about feather/flag collection.
The pack comes in a fancy steel tin, and each game comes with an "exclusive lithograph." No news on availability or pricing yet - Ubisoft only just confirmed the anthology after it was accidentally outed by Amazon France - but considering at least 75 percent of the included games are bargain bin regulars, it remains to be seen how good a deal the package actually is.