Aveline Will Make Her Console Debut Early Next Year
Assassin’s Creed: Liberation was a bit of a mixed bag for me on the PS Vita. The game took the series in a bit of a new direction, with a female protagonist, rather interesting story and some new gameplay mechanics to mess around with and learn. It certainly wasn’t just a rehash of something we had already played in portable form, but technical limitations ultimately made the entire experience a bit of a drag. Thankfully, that shouldn’t be the case in the new release.
Ubisoft announced yesterday that Aveline and her pirate wardrobe will be making their debut on consoles and PC early next year, giving you just enough time to suck up everything that is good about Black Flag and then jump straight back into more. Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD will be made available on PSN on the 14th of January, with the Steam version arriving a day after. Xbox 360 gamers will have to wait until later in January, although a precise release date was not revealed.
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Ubisoft has promised to upscale the visual quality of Liberation significantly for the jump to a higher resolution, but have also stated that some new, small gameplay changes have found their way into the mix too.
There’s also some good news for those who have already forked over some cash for the Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag season pass, as holders of the pass will receive $5 off the asking price for Liberation when it release. For everyone else,
there’s mastercard it’ll be $19.99.