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Ubisoft News: Humble Bundle 2017 Offers 9 'Assassin's Creed' Games! 'Trials Frontier Now Available On Apple TV [VIDEO]

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Most fans and avid gamers alike would agree that getting triple-A games for a bargain is great experience, even more when it is bundled up with other great titles. Such is the case with Ubisoft and its iconic "Assassin' Creed" games that have been included in a recent Humbe Bundle this 2017. Moreover, fans of the acclaimed video game developer and publisher can enjoy their other title, "Trials Frontier," which was recently made available on the Apple TV, according to sources.

It was recently reported that Ubisoft has partenered up with Humble Bundle this 2017, Polygon learned. It was stated therein that their recent collaboration is aimed to support The Pablove Foundation. The organization is said to invest in education and research on childhood cancer.

But the buck doesn't stop there, another charitable foundation is also benefiting from the partnership of Ubisoft and Humble Bundle this 2017. CekeDuBonheur will also be receiving support, which as an organization focused on helping hospitalized children.

That being said, fans who want to contribute in helping the cause of these charitable organizations can support the offers being given by Ubisof and Humble Bundle this 2017 by purchasing the bundle that features the highly-acclaimed franchise, "Assassin's Creed."

The base bundle created by the partnership of Ubisoft and Humble Bundle this 2017 would include the Chronicles games and the original "Assassin's Creed," as well. For fans who can spend some more money can opt to choose the 15 US dollar tier that would include the "Assassin's Creed Unity" and "Assassin's Creed Brotherhood," where it will be made available to download via Ubisoft's Uplay client for the PC.

In other news, Ubisoft's "Trials Frontier" has already made its way to Apple TV, Touch Arcade reported. The game was said to have been released a few years ago and, despite being somewhat forgotten by the gaming community. The source pointed out that the game is a high profile title for the Apple TV that received a heavy promotional campaign with an Editor's Choice.

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