Ubisoft has announced that Assassin's Creed Odyssey is getting a whopping five special edition releases, the most expensive of which being the Pantheon Edition at £214.99.

If you're anything like me and love collecting useless gaming tat, then you'll be probably be hovering over the pre-order button on Ubisoft's shop right now. If not, then have a butcher's at our rundown below to see if anything tickles your fancy.

First up is the Deluxe Edition, which includes a copy of the game and the Digital Deluxe Pack, which adds various in-game bonus content such as extra outfits and XP. This will set you back £58.99.

Next up is the £79.99 Gold Edition, which gives you early access to the game on PC, a copy of the game, the Season Pass, a Medal Necklace (for the first 10,000 pre-orders only), and the steelbook.

Now we're getting to the meaty stuff. Well, it is if you're like me and love nothing more than filling your room with figurines. The Assassin's Creed Odyssey Medusa Edition costs £94.99 and features the game, a Fallen Gorgon statue, 64-page artbook, world map, selected game soundtrack, The Blind King mission, Kronos Pack, and the Medal Necklace for the first 10,000 pre-orders.

The final two are exclusive to the Ubisoft Store. First up is the £144.99 Spartan Edition, which includes the game, early access, Spartan Leap Statue, Steelbook, 64-page artbook, exclusive lithograph, world map, selected game soundtrack, Season Pass, The Blind King mission, Digital Deluxe Pack, and Medal Necklace.

Finally (still with us?), we have the Assassin's Creed Pantheon Edition. This is to rich for my blood, but look at the state of that Nemesis Diorama statue; ain't it a beauty? In addition to that, you get the game, early access (PC digital only), steelbook, 64-page artbook, exclusive lithograph, world map, selected game soundtrack, Season Pass, The Blind King mission, Digital Deluxe Pack, and Medal Necklace. 

The stinger? It's £214.99. Go crazy.

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