Ubisoft hints at a separate Assassin's Creed title for Xbox 360 and PS3
Ubisoft has already revealed their next-gen gambit for the Assassin's Creed series this year in Assassin's Creed: Unity but what of current-gen gamers?
Apparently PS3 and Xbox 360 owners may be able to look forward to their very own Assassin's Creed game later this year. During Ubisoft's annual financial report Yves Guillemot promised that they would be continuing to support current-gen machines for some years to come.
He stated, “We have not disclosed our plan yet for the Xbox 360 and PS3 SKUs [of Assassin's Creed]. However, we have made it clear that as a company we expect to continue supporting both consoles for the foreseeable future.”
His comments come off the back of rumours that Ubisoft would be releasing two AC titles this year – Unity and another title referred to as Comet. They have done it before with Assassin's Creed: Liberation launching on the PS Vita alongside Assassin's Creed III and the HD version of Liberation for PS3 and Xbox 360 followed a few months after AC IV: Black Flag launched.
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