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Assassin’s Creed Space In Playstation Home

March 26th, 2010 by

Ubisoft announced very recently that a new space would be opening in Sony’s Home focused on the Assassin’s Creed series. Well there’s now a video from the publisher showcasing exactly what fans can expect. Production art work, developer blog, video diaries, Twitter functionality and even a full on tower defence title all set within several locations that will be very familiar to fans of the series. Check out the video below to see what’s in store…

Why does this make us all giddy on the inside? Well watch the trailer right until the end and there’s a nice little tease that Ubisoft may well be developing this area in the coming weeks and months with undisclosed content. But here’s the thing, AC2 has been out for over four months now, long past the usual period of marketing for a product. We’ve also heard very little on the ‘Episodes’ expansions as of late and there are practically no details on the next full instalment. To throw around valuable advertising money on a free service at this stage in the product’s lifespan simply isn’t something that’s done in the industry, so this could be Ubisoft prepping fans for a big announcement about the franchise in the very near future. We’ll be keeping an eagle vision eye on this, as it develops…

One Response to “Assassin’s Creed Space In Playstation Home”
  1. avatar Pat Jennings says:

    The PC version is a recent release, though, and they have been heavily criticised for the very low quality (and relatively high price) of the DLC released thus far. Maybe they are hoping to buy time / placate customers* with this stuff until they can relase a proper (and worthwhile) DLC package?
    * Sorry, I really should learn: no developer views the mugs that buy their products as actual, bona fide customers. [/bitter annoyance]

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