Assassin's Creed Liberation HD game, which was announced in September, has finally got the release date for the last scheduled platform.
Yesterday Ubisoft announced via its account in Twitter the date when Assassin's Creed Liberation HD game would be launched for Xbox 360. According to this post, an improved and reworked version of AC: Liberation will be available on the 15th of January 2014 in Xbox Live. PS3 and PC game’s versions, which cost $19.99, will be released just a day earlier - on the 14th of January.
Let us recall that Assassin's Creed Liberation HD is a significantly improved (according to the developers) version of released last year exclusively for PS Vita project. This remake will take place in New Orleans in the second part of the 18th century, where the main character of this action-adventure - former slave Aveline de Grandpré - will have to take part in the American Revolution and fight for the freedom of her people. In Assassin's Creed Liberation HD you will see the better graphics, will have 15 new missions and some exclusive weapons (the latter one you will get if you pre-order the game). It sounds pretty interesting, does it?