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Remember Assassin’s Creed Liberation on Vita? Well, the game has now been fully remastered to bring it up to HD standards, and you can take it your for a ride once the SEN store updates on January 14!
Like what you see? Then go after the break to check more screenshots for this release.
The latest video preview for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will allow you to learn everything you need to know about the largest Assassin’s Creed ever made. Watch Edward Kenway fight during the Golden Age of Pirates, and meet all the many outlaw characters that helped define this amazing era.
You will also have a chance to bask in the environments and exotic locations for the game, as well as the underwater world ready for you to explore.
Finally, you’ll learn about the combat system with dual wielding for swords, the abilities of the guns you can procure, as well as the free-aim system.
Ubisoft just announced that Amazon will offer a limited edition exclusive version of Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag – the Lethal Pirate Edition. This features Black Bart, the infamous pirate. For $10 more, you can upgrade to the Lethal Pirate Edition and get this exclusive figurine and unlockable extra in-game content.
The Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Lethal Pirate Edition is available as an Amazon-exclusive and includes:
• Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Video Game including the free pre-order bonus ULC: Hidden Mystery Pack
• A custom-designed Black Bart figurine and digital wallpaper, created by comic artist Todd McFarlane
• Exclusive in-game content: Black Bart’s legendary black sails to customize your pirate ship and terrorize your enemies on the high seas
From the legendary Blackbeard to the violent and malicious Charles Vane – Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag brings together a cast of historical figures unlike any other to tell the true story of the Golden Age of Pirates. Learn more about the infamous cast of characters you’ll come across in Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag with commentary from Matt Ryan, the actor behind Captain Edward Kenway.