Ubisoft's mobile game, Assassin's Creed Pirates is now available as a web version on your browsers after its partnership with Microsoft.
Now players will be able to play Pirates using HTML5, a demo free-to-play version of the game has been released.
Assassin's Creed Pirates was a 3D mobile game that was released on 5 December 2013. The game was released for iOS and Android devices where players could follow the journey of Captain Alonzo Batilla, a commander who has to pass through the ships of Assassin's and Templars in the Caribbean Sea. This game involves real-time battles between different ships. The game has a weather system that affects the outcome of the game. So players have to take in account the wind and the weather when attacking a ship.
Players can also upgrade the ship and recruit new members into the game to help them in the naval battles fought in high seas. Players will also have to be on the lookout for mines and treasures.
"We wanted to bring a taste of this game to the web. It was a challenge and a technical demo for the mobile application on Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8," said Francois Bodson, Studio Manager at Ubisoft, CVG reported. The game had been developed by Ubisoft Paris.
The game can run in full screen, which most web browser games do not provide. The game will only work on desktop browsers, unless users have IE installed on tablets. It also will not work on mobile version of Safari, reported Engadget.
Ubisoft has recently revealed that it is developing a new game Assassin's Creed Unity for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It also revealed that the game will be set during the French Revolution of eighteenth century. The company has also said that it is developing a new game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 users.
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