Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD coming to PS3 in January
Assassin's Creed Liberation HD, the high-definition remake of the original PlayStation Vita title, has been confirmed for a January 14, 2014 release on PlayStation 3. Over on the PlayStation Blog, Ubisoft producer Momchil Gindyanov revealed it will become available via the PlayStation Store.
Liberation HD isn't just a high-def remake, though. Ubisoft has added new missions specific to Aveline's Personas. "Aveline is the first Assassin with such clearly different character types — Assassin, Lady, and Servant," Gindyanov said. "Each persona has its own advantages and disadvantages when playing missions, and each generates a different reaction from the city life around Aveline. That’s a total of 15 missions delving deeper into Aveline’s story."
Additionally, Liberation HD improves upon what worked on the Vita, and gameplay and missions have been reworked in order to improve pacing and challenge.
Assassin's Creed Liberation HD will be priced at $19.99 on the PS Store. Unfortunately, no information regarding the already-confirmed Xbox 360 and PC versions was mentioned.