Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation Gamescom trailer, screenshots

Portable Assassin's Creed integrates touch controls.

August 14, 2012 / 03:38 PM EDT / (@salromano)

Ubisoft has released a new trailer and screenshots of Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation at Gamescom. Watch the trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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  • bebestorm117

    Game really looks fantastic! I hope the touch controls can be switched off.

    • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

      I assume they’re optional, at least that’s what I hope for.

  • KingOptimusOrigins111

    Call Of Duty Black Ops Declassified
    Assassin’s Creed III Liberation
    LittleBigPlanet
    Killzone Mercenary
    TearAway
    Soul Sacrifice
    Plus PS One Classics & PlayStation Plus
    Looks like the PS Vita is getting the support and just imagine the next PS Vita Heaven Event.

    • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

      The support is there except COD BO Declassified being developed by a mediocre developer. This might hurt Sony in the end as Nihilistic now resonates with Vita gamers as the developer who brought us Resistance:  Burning Skies, which is hardly a compliment. I doubt Vita gamers will forget anytime soon. The other issue with COD is that it only supports 4v4 MP over WiFi, that’s hardly the MP COD experience on the go promised by Sony. WiFi severely limits the occasions to play, 3G, however, would certainly be a strong argument for COD Vita.

      I’m not a COD player so I don’t care but I’m afraid employing Nihilistic for development duties will hurt Sony really bad. I’m not much of an FPS gamer but Killzone Mercenary and Bioshock Vita, however, are d1p for me. That Killzone trailer looked promising as the developer is one of Sony’s A-team. Outsourcing 1st Vita titles to minor devs will hurt Vita in the long term. 

      Anyways, ACIII Liberation and a slew of promising Japanese Vita titles are all I need to be happy this holiday season.

      • KingOptimusOrigins111

        But knowing COD fans they will buy it regardless because of the name.

        • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

          I’m still disappointed that Sony’s worst developer is handling such an important title to Vita’s western success. It can hurt Sony badly. But maybe COD fans buying the Vita iteration will be more forgiving, at least I hope so as I’m afraid critics will shred this game to pieces.

          • KingOptimusOrigins111

            The critics will but most COD fans are casual and don’t listen to the gaming news on the internet. Think about it, a COD fan walks in to a gaming store see’s declassified bundle the first thing that’s on their mind is COD Black Ops. Then their quick to buy it but if they don’t like it they can sale it back but Sony and Activision all ready have their money because they bought it new. 

            • 浪黒雷 (ro-kurorai)

              Well in that case it can only be a good thing for Sony and Acti. Sony shift hardware, Acti shift software, non-COD-players don’t care and if it turns out mediocre then informed Vita gamers know which developer to avoid. Everything’s gonna turn out sunshine and rainbows, I like that.

  • Acidicsam

    Color me excited