Ubisoft have remained hush on the subject of Assassin’s Creed III:Liberation’s multiplayer portion, saying no more than it is “specifically tailored to the Vita experience.”
We’re only 2 days away from release and still no better informed, well, not officially anyway.
As we reported Friday, one lucky Spaniard had managed to get his mitts on Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation early and had uploaded some off-screen videos.
Well now he’s uploaded some multiplayer gameplay, which you can watch below.
As you can see the multiplayer plays out like “Risk” and doesn’t include any actual action gameplay which is sure to come as a disappointment to many, but is multiplayer that important in an Assassin’s Creed game? More specifically, is it important on a handheld? Personally, I don’t think so, we’re lucky enough to be getting a good Assassin’s Creed game on the Vita, so lets hope it sells well and maybe in a sequel we can get a “proper” multiplayer.
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