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Assassin’s Creed 4 PS4 & Xbox One release dated, new trailer inside

Monday, 30th September 2013 17:00 GMT By Dave Cook

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag has been dated for PC, PS4, Wii U and Xbox One. There’s also a new trailer to mark the occasion. Yep, another one.

In a press release sent to VG247 today, Ubisoft confirmed that while the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Assassin’s Creed 4 will be available on November 1 across Europe, the Xbox One, PS4, PC and Wii U builds will be available on November 22. The PC version is due on November 19.

Here’s that trailer:

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16 Comments

  1. Lengendaryboss

    Wait why is Wii U launching with the big boys? Or delayed from the PS3/360 versions?

    Particular reason? Because that just seems strange.

    #1 10 months ago
  2. Francis O

    Why is the Wii U build not coming out the same time as the PS3 and Xbox 360 build?

    #2 10 months ago
  3. Francis O

    Super Mario 3D World comes out the same day as Assassin’s Creed 4 on Wii U, Ubisoft might want to change the release date of the Wii U version.

    #3 10 months ago
  4. monkeygourmet

    I think it’ll be a worse port than the 360 / PS3 version aswell. Then Ubisoft will complain no one buys their games on Wii U. Then they will withdraw support form Wii U. In that order…

    #4 10 months ago
  5. Dragon246

    @3,
    Not sure if serious. If rumors are true (only 1 person has told this), but Ubi may well be out of Wiiu soon.

    Oh, and another major for wiiu in japan incoming.

    #5 10 months ago
  6. Lengendaryboss

    @4
    And that the fact that this is common knowledge shows…

    Ubisoft are working on Wii U edition (see news section) and whether thats sloppy joes is to be determined.

    #6 10 months ago
  7. Lengendaryboss

    @5
    What does it matter? You know Nintendo owners only buy Nintendo games, thats been echoed so many times, even if their are no problems Nintendo fans will find an excuse as always.

    Oh the rumour, it would have so much more weight if just one more person backed it up, to make it a grand total of two people :D

    #7 10 months ago
  8. monkeygourmet

    @6

    I read that and it made me think the Wii U version will be shoddy! :)

    I think the game looks pretty boring and played out personally… All the announced Ubisoft games won’t work on Wii U, so they might as well pull out now and be done with it.

    I guess we may see Rayman or something similar down the line but def not ‘The Division’ or there other next gen titles.

    #8 10 months ago
  9. Lengendaryboss

    @8
    Add the Child of Light and Just Dance to that list, oh wait?

    #9 10 months ago
  10. monkeygourmet

    @9

    Well, those are comparable to downloadable titles IMO. I mean, bigger Launches.

    #10 10 months ago
  11. Francis O

    @3 Dragon

    What are you talking about, Nintendo confirmed the release date for Super Mario 3D World a while ago. Its November 22nd.

    http://playeressence.com/official-super-mario-3d-world-teaser-site-live/

    #11 10 months ago
  12. melonbuster1

    I just like that ps4 owners have to wait for xbox1 to launch to get the game lol

    #12 10 months ago
  13. GK

    what treiler?

    #13 10 months ago
  14. Lengendaryboss

    @13
    This one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPqPrTGI-D4

    #14 10 months ago
  15. TheWulf

    @4

    Wow. I remember when people used to say that about the PC, mostly due to Prince of Persia and how the ending DLC (which was terrible anyway) wasn’t released for the PC.

    I think it’ll be a worse port than the 360 / PS3 version aswell. Then Ubisoft will complain no one buys their games on PC because of piracy. Then they will withdraw support form the PC. In that order.

    Funnily enough, Ubisoft never did withdraw support. They were just going through a phase where they weren’t sure which platforms were profitable. It turns out that the PC was one of them, and the Wii U probably will be too.

    It’s just how they work.

    #15 10 months ago
  16. GK

    thanks

    #16 10 months ago

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