Assassin’s Creed PC Coming in March With Exclusive Content

AssassinsCreedPC.jpgWhen asked what Assassin’s Creed‘s biggest flaw is, the majority of gamers are likely to say it’s the severely lacking mission variety. Even though the game is excellent (I know I sure loved it), there’s only so many times you can pickpocket dimwitted NPCs or sit on a bench and spy on nearby conversations before the investigation process leading up to the epic assassinations becomes a complete snorefest.

The folks at Ubisoft obviously listened to that criticism from the PS3 and 360 versions, and surely enough PC gamers are going to benefit from the mass reviewer and consumer outcry. In announcing this week that the PC version of Assassin’s Creed is officially set to ship in March, Ubisoft has also revealed that the PC version will be a director’s cut of sorts, featuring four exclusive new investigation mission types not found on the consoles. What the four investigations are hasn’t been divulged at this time, but it really doesn’t matter to be honest. Four more things to do is four more things to do, and the game will only be even better for it. Thanks for listening Ubisoft!

“We are thrilled to bring Assassin’s Creed to an eager PC audience and we anticipate the game will resonate with them just has it has across the other platforms,” said Tony Key, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Ubisoft. “In addition, the development team was able to integrate exclusive content into this version of Assassin’s Creed, making it an even better and unique experience for PC gamers.”

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