Assassin’s Creed Pirates sails to Android December 5th [VIDEO]


While many folks have been enjoying the next-gen re-release of the pirate-heavy Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, Ubisoft wants to try and capture a new audience — those on the cell phone front. The gaming studio is continuing their mobile endeavors with the first such game in the Assassin’s Creed series. Dubbed Assassin’s Creed Pirates, this game features the same themes of naval combat and pirate-fighting goodness that has people going nuts over the console release right now.

Themes only go so far, though. You can most likely expect Assassin’s Creed Pirates to be several rungs lower than the latest console versions in terms of graphics and gameplay, but at the right price this game could end up being a keeper for those times when you’re bored in a waiting room or looking for entertainment at Grandma’s house on Sunday.

The game launches December 5th in the Google Play Store, though we’ll have to wait until then to see just how much Ubisoft will be asking for the privilege to swing our swords and search for booty. The quick teaser is sitting above.

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  1. Actual game play footage would have been nice.

    1. Now I want it. Cant wait for my New Padfone Infinity to arrive.

  2. I hate when they do that. Just show the gameplay already

  3. Terrible trailor. Hopefully you do more than drive sail boats. Would love to see a ps2 or better graphics style AC

  4. AC4 is the tits on PS4. PS4 is pissing all over the Xbone.

    1. Wow, they even have PS Fanboys on an Android site.

  5. “and search for booty”
    Chris Chavez woke up when he heard that

  6. maybe it’s because I’m already playing AC4 with graphics at maximum on my PC, but I’m just not impressed

    1. it did not aim for photo realistic stuff but i see they include bunch of tech into the game like more realistic foliage and ocean simulator to name a few. the water look nice lol

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