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Assassins Creed IV Exclusive DLC Will Stay On PlayStation Only

Posted October 31, 2013 by Ivan "Tech Curse" Mashkov in News
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Fans of the Assassins Creed series know that on the PS3 and PS4 the latest entry in the series, Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag, will be getting three exclusive missions. They may know that the protagonist of Assassins Creed: Liberation will make an appearance in these missions and play a prominent role. However they don’t know that this extra DLC will be exclusive to the PlayStation family. Ubisoft has confirmed to Eurogamer that this content will only be available on the PS3 and PS4.

The Assassins Creed franchise is an iconic video game series that chronicles the fight between the Knight’s Templar and the Assassin’s Brotherhood, two fictional secret societies. The fight takes place across history as both factions fight in order to get dominance over each other. Players are most frequently asked to play the role of an assassin, who is attempting to “free” a town, a city or a land from the influence of the templars. The gameplay is a mix of parkour, sword fighting and gunplay, which allows players to deal with enemies in creative ways every time. The previous entry in the series, Assassins Creed III, was considered a disappointment that tried something different with the series, but failed in the execution and pacing of the game.

The newest entry in the franchise promises more swashbucklin’ adventures, than templar plots and the fight between assassins and templars will not be featured as prominently as it was in previous games. From the initial flood of review of Assassins Creed IV: Black Flags we can expect the game to be a major improvement over the previous game, that will provide players with around 40 hours to the story campaign along with the multitude of secondary objectives and a multiplayer component that will provide a welcome relief from the Call of Duties and Battlefields of this world.

Sources: IGN, IGN, Eurogamer

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