Ubisoft has today announced that it has now made their Assassins Creed Pirates game available to play-for-free, and has removed the $5 price tag that was set for the game on both Android and iOS devices.
If you haven’t played the Assassins Creed Pirates game as yet check out the 25 minute gameplay trailer after the jump which provides a great insight into the mobile game and its mechanics.
“Become one of the most feared pirates of the Caribbean in this exclusive Assassin’s Creed adventure on smartphones and tablets!”
Features of the mobile game include the list below and the game is available to download from the iTunes and Google Play mobile app stores.
– Engage In Brutal Naval Combats
Fight in real-time naval battles all over the Caribbean Sea.
Choose from a wide range of weapons to destroy your enemies and become a true pirate legend!
– Build Up Your Crew And Your Ship
Acquire the most iconic boats of the Golden Age of Piracy; ranging from the smallest gunboat to the Man O’War floating fortress
Upgrade your vessel using the massive bounty plundered from your encounters
Recruit the finest crew members and learn more than 50 new pirating techniques to become a better captain and the true master of naval combat.
– Discover Groundbreaking 3D Visuals On Mobile And Tablets
Changing weather conditions directly impact the gameplay and redefine every landscape.
Beware of storms and of the treacherous fog that will conceal your enemies until the last moment!
Bask in the West-Indies sunshine, admire beautiful sunsets and sail through the night along breathtaking coastlines.
– Explore The Immensity Of The Carribean
Sail throughout a vast array of islands as you explore a Caribbean huge map
Enjoy more than 50 story and side missions, search for nearly one hundred treasures and lost parchments and compete with your friends for the highest bounty.
– Embark On An Epic Quest For A Legendary Treasure
Live an adventure that will reveal the truth about La Buse’s mysterious lost treasure.
Cross paths with Assassins and Templars and take part in their age-old struggle.
Meet the most notorious and colorful pirates of the era, including Sam Bellamy, Ben Hornigold and Blackbeard!