Assassin’s Creed 3 To Feature Micro-Transactions

Of all the games we didn’t expect to have in-game micro-transactions, it was Assassin’s Creed.  After all, what does Desmond ‘Mr Happy’ Miles need with a traffic-cone hat?  Still, it seems that Ubisoft are introducing a new credit system, known as Erudito Credits, with which the player can purchase items, “disregarding your current level”. managed to snap a picture of the Xbox marketplace listing , however, it hasn’t shown up on the UK version (although it has previously been spotted by some users, according to Eurogamer, suggesting that it was subsequently removed).

The items are believed to be for the multiplayer side of the game, as there is a different system in operation for the singleplayer, although little is currently known as Ubi haven’t yet commented.  The priciest pack comes in at 925 Erudito Credits, which costs 1600 Microsoft Points (around £13.60 of mortal money).


Source: WorthPlaying

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  1. Rook says:

    Just what we need, another currency so you don’t know how much you are spending. Although if you are able to redeem points from Uplay credits for these Erudito credits that would be something.

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