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Thursday, 07 February 2008 21:10

Assassin's Creed for PC in March

Written by Slobodan Simic

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New content for PC version

 


Ubisoft has
announced that Assassin's Creed for PC, which got a popular Assassin's Creed: Director's cut edition title, will be released in March.

The Director's cut will feature four brand new types of investigations, which weren't available on the console versions. Despite the recent ridiculous minimal/recommended hardware requirements announcement this game is surely one of the highly anticipated titles of this year, and one of the greatest console titles that were released last year.

So, we just need to wait for a bit longer to see how good the PC version looks, and whether the main character, Altair, looks better when rendered on the PC.

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