Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD releases today, get the launch trailer here

Assassin's Creed Liberation HD

By on January 16, 2014 at 1:15 pm

Ubisoft’s HD remake of the previously Vita-only Assassin’s Creed Liberation has landed today on Steam, Uplay, and other various outlets such as PSN and Xbox LIVE.

You can pick it up here for $27.95. Check out the launch trailer below and see what you think.

Check out some before-and-after shots with the HD remake the original Vita game here and here.

7 comments (Leave your own)
GeneralHerpes.

Used a VPN and picked it up for 19.99 from the US store, suggest you all do the same.

 

Oh wow, haven’t seen the whole ‘Jack the price up after it’s already been normal price for weeks’ move on steam for quite a while now.

 

They did a pretty good job, definitely will get this on steam winter sales.

 

GreenManGaming also avoids the price jack, but wont give a Steam key and requires Capsule to download. Granted you’ll probably be running UPLAY either way.

 

vencha88:
GreenManGaming also avoids the price jack, but wont give a Steam key and requires Capsule to download. Granted you’ll probably be running UPLAY either way.

Strange, I just opened Uplay, entered the code and downloads it straight from Uplay. I never installed Capsule.

 

lorrydriver,

Ah, fair enough. I didn’t have UPLAY before so maybe that did it. Either way, no Steam =(

 

So the question is whether to get this on Vita still or another platform.

 
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