After multiple Italian retailers listed the game, now the Korean Game Rating Board is at it. Today, we've found even more evidence that Ubisoft is setting the game up for a surprise reveal - perhaps even as soon as tomorrow during The Game Awards.
A number of Italian retailers listed the still unannounced and unconfirmed Assassin's Creed Rogue HD remaster for a March 2018 release. The specifics on the rating weren't given, but if this isn't proof that the game exists, nothing is.
I think it's worth playing in spite of its flaws, and maybe you'll have the chance to check it out for yourself next year. If the listing turns out to be an official release, the game will reach several more players than it did originally, which is great news for Assassin's Creed fans.
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The Gunners welcome Belarusian Premier League champions BATE on Thursday having already sealed top spot in Group H. When asked about Mourinho's comments, Wenger said: "I thought he wouldn't play but in the end he could play".
As mentioned above, you shouldn't worry about losing the games once the holiday offer is over. If not, there's time galore to announce it in January.
Assassin's Creed Rogue takes place in North America around the 18th century. So a re-release would do good for the series, giving it the exposure it needs.
In order to celebrate two different 10-year anniversaries, Ubisoft made a decision to give away two awesome games; Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag and World in Conflict. As Shay, you will experience the slow transformation from Assassin to Assassin hunter.