Tesco and Sainsbury's have both tended to be the cheapest for new releases in recent weeks, but will history repeat itself for Assassin's Creed III? VideoGamer.com has rounded up a list of confirmed high street and supermarket prices below.
Of the prices confirmed so far, Sainsbury's appears to be offering the game cheapest, asking £38.99 for the Standard Edition. HMV, however, is running a trade-in promotion offering the game for free when you trade in two selected titles (titles still TBC).
This post will be updated as additional store prices are confirmed.
Please note that the prices below apply to the Standard Edition Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions unless otherwise stated.
- SAINSBURY'S - £38.99
- TESCO - UPDATE: £37.50
- ASDA - TBC
- HMV - £42.99, or free when you trade in two selected titles (titles TBC).
- BLOCKBUSTER - Standalone price TBC. 99p when you trade in two of the following: Borderlands 2 , Dishonored, FIFA13, James Bond 007 Legends, Madden NFL 13, Medal of Honor Warfighter, NBA 2K13, PES 2013, Resident Evil 6, Rocksmith, World Rally Championship 3, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Dance Central 3, Forza Horizon.
- GAME - £39.99 (Standard Edition), £44.99 (Special Edition containing an exclusive single-player mission and exclusive weapon), plus 33% extra trade-in credit on titles traded towards Assassin's Creed III. Additional 400 Microsoft Points free with Xbox 360 purchase. It's currently unconfirmed whether PS3 buyers will receive a similar bonus.
But should you pick it up? Check back at 4pm GMT today for VideoGamer.com's review and head here for our live stream.
Assassin's Creed III launches on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at midnight tonight.