Available in late June for PC, bring back some of the franchise’s most celebrated installments.
Ubisofthas presented a compilation that will delight the most classic fans of the Anno franchise. Developed byUbisoft Mainz,Anno History Collection, has four games in the series and four expansions. The chosen ones were Anno 1602 and its expansion New islands new adventures, Anno 1503 and Treasures, monsters and pirates, Anno 1701 and The Sunken Dragon and, finally, Anno 1404 and its expansion Venice.
According to the firm, the main improvements of the games will be in its visual section, withnew resolutionsthat will adapt to the current screens, improvements of themultiplayerIn compatible games, full compatibility with old classics saved games and an interesting selection of extras such assoundtracks and wallpapersinspired by the games in the collection.
Among the novelties stands out the addition of amultiplayer for Anno 1503, classic that in its day did not have multi and that now will allow players to enjoy the exploration, gold hunt, resources and battle against the pirates that stalk the supplies of allies and rivals on the high seas. The software has been presented with a new trailer that pays tribute to the long and successful history of the Anno saga,strategy saga born in 1998with a large fan base.
Coming to stores nextJune 25thby39.99 euros. However, and as Ubisoft itself shared in a recent press release, all the remastered versions included in the pack will be sold separately from the ownUbisoft Store, which allows players to enjoy their classics individually and rescue their classic games to thestrategy and exploration saga.
Do not miss our review of the latest installment of the saga. In Anno 1800’s analysis we tell you how Anno has fared on his last great colonial adventure. You can watch the Anno History Collection trailer below:
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