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All the PC stalwarts out there who still refuse to pander to the home console market can rejoice, as yet another critically acclaimed (and successful) console title is making its way to the desktop format. Assassin's Creed Director's Cut Edition will be available for PC from the end of March across the country and will also feature all-new exclusive side-missions in the form of extra investigatory avenues, further fleshing out each target (read our review for more).
"We are thrilled to bring Assassinís Creed to an eager PC audience and we anticipate the game will resonate with them just has it has across the other platforms," said John Parkes, EMEA Marketing Director at Ubisoft. "Assassinís Creed is a game that must be experienced firsthand to fully understand how dynamic and meaningful this title has become for video game fans worldwide."
Great news for PC owners - there's no word on whether or not we'll see any of this content available on either PS3 or Xbox 360 as downloadable content, so fans of the game might need to pick it up again if they want to get more out of it.



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