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Posted on Monday, January 14 @ 14:53:23 PST by Alex_Osborn
If a few new product listings on UK retailer GAME's website prove to be true, Ubisoft is planning to launch a couple of compilations bundling together games from two of their key franchises.

The publisher has already covered their bases on Assassin's Creed with the Ezio Trilogy, so naturally, the next franchises up for the bundle treatment are Far Cry and Splinter Cell. Listed as Ultimate Far Cry Compilation and Ultimate Splinter Cell, these two alleged game packages will almost certainly package together all prior entries in their respective series.

Considering how popular Far Cry 3 has been since its release this past December, a compilation of the prior games seems like a logical move. Let's also not forget that Splinter Cell: Blacklist is on the not too distant horizon, so a collection of games from Ubi's stealth-heavy franchise makes total sense as well.

Does the idea of either of these collections interest you, or are you sick of re-releases? Share your thoughts in the comments below.


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