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A 5 vinyl box set to travel through the eras of Assassin’s Creed – PXLBBQ

Assassin’s Creed launched in 2007, introducing the world to Altaïr, the Assassin Brotherhood, the Templar Order and the Pieces of Eden, and kicking off a franchise that has sold over 155 million copies.

Celebrating 15 years of the saga Assassin’s Creed, this premium 5LP box set brings together the best of the soundtrack of his main opuses, presented in historical chronological order. These high-end vinyl records will be protected by illustrated sleeves and stored in a rigid box with gold leaf accents.

This 5LP set will be available on March 3, 2023.

As part of AC’s 15th anniversary celebrations, Ubisoft and Laced Records have created Assassin’s Creed – Leap Into History, a special 5-disc vinyl box set covering 12 games from the historic series.

Listeners will be taken on a truly epic chronological journey through the historical timeline of the series, beginning in antiquity with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and ending in the modern era with Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Each side of the vinyl includes music from one of the main games (the sequels to Ezio Brotherhood and Revelations share one side, as do Unity and Rogue).

A careful selection of 70 tracks has been specially mastered for vinyl and will be pressed on thick LPs. These slip into printed inner sleeves, all fitting perfectly into a rigid cardboard case adorned with gold leaf.

All the composers and musicians who worked on Assassin’s Creed took up the challenge of enchanting players of action and adventure games while evoking the most important periods of human history. Jesper Kyd – the architect of the series’ musical ambiance – unwittingly created an iconic signature sound with Assassin’s Creed II’s “Ezio’s Family,” a moving track about loss and struggle in Renaissance Florence.

Diegetic music played an increasingly important role as game worlds became richer and more detailed, and players were seduced by sea shanties as they sailed the seas in Assassin’s Creed. IV Black Flag. Austin Wintory leaned into cheeky 19th-century waltzes as the Frye twins danced like vicious cats around their prey in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Sarah Schachner juxtaposed stunning scenes from ancient Egypt with elements of haunting electronic music in the score for Assassin’s Creed Origins.

And there were few people more qualified to add their voices to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla than the true Viking and scholar of ancient Norse songs, Einar Selvik.