Ubisoft announced quite a few games at their Digital Days 2013, but just announcing isn’t good enough as players want the details for all these new games coming out. One of the not unexpected announcements is more Assassin’s Creed games, as the series has become not only yearly, but include smaller handheld games as well. Two “new” games for the series were announced and have trailers showing off just what can be expected from them.
The first of the two is Assassin’s Creed Pirates, featuring protagonist Alonzo Batilia as he sets out to prove himself on the high seas. Upgrading both crew and ship, as Alonzo tries to find a treasure hidden in the Caribbean, players will have to master ship combat to ensure the success of the ship. Made exclusively for smartphones and tablets, Assassin’s Creed Pirates will release before the end of the year, but sure to watch the trailer just below.
The second “new” title and the cause for all the quotations is Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD. Technically a new game, but really an improved HD version of the PS Vita game Assassin’s Creed 3: Liberation. The additions to the game do include improved gameplay, new missions, improved levels, and of course being HD. Those that missed Liberation when it was on PS Vita or those wanting to see the changes can get their hands on the game early next year, 2014 on XBLA, PSN, and PC. Check out the trailer below for a better look.