Not too long ago, the folks at Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed Pirates for iOS and Android devices. The game costs £2.99 in the UK or $4.99 in the US. As always, Windows Phone users were left hanging in the middle, with no details about the launch of the game on Microsoft’s platform. However, it seems the game will launch very soon on Windows Phone 8 operating system, according to post on Facebook by Assassin’s Creed France team.
In reply to a comment on a post, Assassin’s Creed France team replied that the game will make its way to Windows Phone 8. They didn’t mention an exact time frame for the launch, but at least the confirmation should be a good sign for all Assassin’s Creed fans.
Assassin’s Creed Pirates bring amazing graphics where you would engage in naval battles all over the Caribbean Sea, select weapons, fight with enemies and complete different quests. As the game progresses, users can upgrade their ships and add more crew members, more than 50 story and side missions and utilizes a new 3G gaming engine. The game comes with support for multiple languages as well, including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Russian.
We’ll update you as soon as the game is available in Windows Phone Store.
Source: NokiaPowerUserFiled Under: Gaming News, Mobile Phone News, Top News