Ubisoft announces PlayStation Vita support

Assassin's Creed, more coming to handheld

Ubisoft has announced its first set of PlayStation Vita titles at Gamescom. The French publisher is bringing six games to the platform.

“With its processing power, dual tactile screens and cameras, PS Vita allows creators like Ubisoft new and unique opportunities to develop innovative games,”said Yves Guillemot, chief executive officer of Ubisoft. “We’ve got a strong and varied line-up that will offer fun and immersion to all audiences of the PS Vita.”

Asphalt, Assassin’s Creed, Dungeon Hunter: Alliance, Lumines, Michael Jackson: The Experience and Rayman Origins are all on the slate.

“We’re delighted with the support and innovative content Ubisoft are bringing to PS Vita,” said Zeno Colaço, Vice President, Publisher & Developer Relations, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. “Great games are at the platform’s heart and with some of Ubisoft’s biggest and best brands coming to PS Vita, we are very excited to work with them in delivering the deepest gaming experience on the most powerful handheld entertainment system on the planet.”

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