Although technically Ubisoft Sofia is doing the work, Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation writer Richard Farrese told Kotaku that canonically, modern-day Templar front Abstergo is behind the Vita title. Narratively, the game is explained as a commercial spin-off to the Animus, Abstergo’s history-exploring technology which powers the franchise’s central conceit. That’s adorable. Does anybody need anything cooled off because I’m doing a pretty massive fangirl right now. Liberation releases alongside Assassin’s Creed III in late October.
Further details on the open world functions Dynasty Warriors 9 were announced today alongside a release date.
As well as extra content, Arcade Edition’s tweaked menus cut down on the waiting between matches.
Robot Cache is a Steam competitor that allows players to sell back unwanted games for cryptocurrencies
Robot Cache is a new online store for PC games that’s offering some radical changes to the current publisher-platform-player dynamic.
Assassin's Creed III: Liberation
An Assassin’s Creed 3: Liberation video has appeared online, which tells a bit of Aveline’s story. Watch it below. Liberation is a Vita tie-in due at the end of the month, and is the first in the series to star a female assassin.
If you’re tired of being back to school already, Sony have just the trick. Starting September 20, two Sony themed vans will tour across US dorms packed full of PlayStation titles to get hands on with.
Assassin’s Creed: Rogue PC is happening after all.
Assassin’s Creed: Rogue produced two new gameplay trailers – right in the middle of EA’s gamescom 2014 conference. Oh, Ubisoft! You scallywags.