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Post by Eorl @ 11:46am 26/11/13 | 2 Comments
Ubisoft has today announced that the next game in the Assassin's Creed franchise, Pirates, will be heading to mobile platforms come December 5th. The smartphone game features the "brutal naval combat, Caribbean exploration and an epic quest for legendary treasure."
In Assassin’s Creed Pirates, players will explore the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy as Alonzo Batilla, a young and ambitious captain. Players will be tasked to manage their crew, upgrade their ship, recruit new crew members and engage in massive real-time naval battles to become the most feared pirate in the Caribbean and claim La Buse’s renowned treasure. Along the way, players will cross paths with Assassins and Templars, as well as famous buccaneers including Blackbeard, Bellamy, and Hornigold.
Developed by Ubisoft Paris, the new title features a brand new mobile-orientated engine that brings a number of various 3D visuals including "moving waters, lush islands, and gorgeous graphics" to Assassin's Creed Pirates. Check out the trailer and screenshots below.






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Latest Comments
natslovR
Posted 04:07pm 26/11/13
I just want Pirates! with a decent mobile interface, don't need any of this flash 3d stuff.
koopz
Posted 08:28pm 26/11/13
not buying it - looking forward to sitting out on the back deck watching the YouTube walk-through though.


still much better than most the s*** on TV
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