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Original post (2/25): Video game developer Ubisoft has just announced its plans to bring Assassin’s Creed Identity to Android devices later this spring. The game launched on the iOS App Store earlier this morning for $4.99, and we’re assuming the Android version will follow the same pricing structure.
In case you’re unfamiliar with this particular title, Assassin’s Creed Identity is an action RPG that lets you customize your very own Assassin with different outfits and weapons, and you can even choose a class for your character: Berserker, Shadow Blade, Trickster or Thief. The aim of the game is to explore the Italian Renaissance with your assassin and complete dozens of missions to unravel the epic mystery of The Crows. You’ll be able to level up your character as you play through and collect hundreds of items along the way.
Like other Assassin’s Creed games, you can explore basically anywhere you want. You can run, jump, climb and leap from buildings, and you’ll control your character by either a tap-to-move method, virtual joy stick or with a gamepad.
As of right now Ubisoft has only given us the vague “sometime in spring 2016” regarding the launch date, so we’re not entirely sure when we should be expecting it to come to Android. We’ll be sure to let you know once the game launches, so stay tuned for more information!