Aveline is almost ready to make her console debut. The first playable female Assassin initially appeared on the PlayStation Vita and her story, Assassin’s Creed Liberation, will soon be available for download on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. Explore the streets of New Orleans, ancient Mayan ruins and treacherous swamps as you fight to defend slaves and hunt down the mysterious Templar known only as “The Company Man.” Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD is fully remastered and has a few new gameplay mechanics up its sleeve.
Aveline will also make an appearance in Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, in her own series of missions. If you have already purchased the Assassin’s Creed IV Black Season Pass for the PS3 or the Xbox 360, for a limited time you will receive $5 off the already low price of $19.99. Pre-order now so you can take advantage of that deal. Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD will be available on PlayStation Network on January 14, 2014; Steam on January 15, 2014; and on Xbox Live Arcade in January 2014.
For more details on Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD and Aveline’s Black Flag content, head over to these posts:
Assassin's Creed® Liberation HD
Arriving for the first time as a digital title on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, Assassin’s Creed® Liberation HD is the striking chapter of the pre-American Revolution Assassin’s Creed saga, featuring unique assassin gameplay mechanics, an immersive Assassin’s Creed storyline delivered in stunning high-definition.
ESRB Rating: Mature
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Got the AC IV Season Pass for Xbox, and yet when I go to try and buy Liberation either in game or at the Xbox Live menu, it's still coming up with the cost as being £15.99 instead of £11.99.
Any ideas as to why that's happening? I even tried re-downloading the Season Pass to see if that would help it register, but it's not changed anything. I would appreciate some help on the matter!
Where in the Description on the Season pass does it say it's a Pre-purchase incentive for the discount of liberation? I believe the exact text on the Season pass was "For a limited time only, all players that purchase or have already purchased the Season Pass for Assassin's Creed® IV Black Flag™ on Xbox 360 will receive 25% off their purchase of Assassin's Creed Liberation HD."
Poor Form Ubisoft.
The discount was a pre-order bonus only, so those buying the game now can purchase it for $19.99. We hope you enjoy it!
I own the ACIV Black Flag Season Pass on Xbox 360 but the discount is not being applied to Assassin's Creed Liberation HD. Help Ubisoft!
Well, that's it. I'll never buy another Ubi-Soft game again. Not ALL of us have Live connections or can afford it. As a matter of fact, I think you'll be losing quite a few of us. Screw Ubi-soft
I'm in the same boat @Jake, I traded in my 360 for XBone. I am crossing my fingers that like with other titles in the past they push out the whole Assassin's Creed Series for the XBone. I would love to play through the older titles, But I don't have an older console anymore. I had AC3 for about 2 months when my PS3 burned up. Never got far in the game. Now I've traded in my ALL my consoles for XBone and unfortunately can't play the older AC games as well as some other games I recently was playing on my XB360 like Batman Arkam Origins. A shame to cause I just got that game right before XB360 trade in. Hoping to see some of these titles sent to XBone so I can resume awesome gameplay.
I can't buy the game on the PSN; it says I've already purchased the season pass for Black Flag...which is true, but how does that matter?
Do you guys ever notice that the article posters only answers questions that they can use to pimp their own articles, Ubisoft, and Ubisofts games? That is, if they take the time to answer at all. One would think that they would want to make the people actually taking the time to check the blog and get involved by asking questions feel some level of connection and support. I realize one of the purposes of the Ubiblog is to advertise the games and drum up interest, but it sure doesn't seem to care about fostering a lot of goodwill.
Will liberation be released in disc form. Making it a download only really limits the players who done have Internet on their consoles. Not all of us live our lives with online gaming...Xbox 360 btw
So when does the season pass go live? I just checked the Playstation Store and it's not on there. Is it supposed to go live when the Black Flag is released? I seem to remember ACIII's season pass going live prior to release, but I might be remembering wrong. I'm looking forward to playing Liberation, though, I don't have a Vita and I've really wanted to play this, so I was hoping they would port it to the consoles.
yes, i just bought the season pass for black flag and the price has been dropped from $19.99 to $14.99
I'm trying to buy it, but I'm not seeing a PS4 option? (I traded in my old consoles for the next gen.) Will that coming later?