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Call of Duty, Assassin's Creed titles coming to PS Vita

By David Radd

Call of Duty, Assassin's Creed titles coming to PS Vita

Tue 05 Jun 2012 2:07am GMT / 10:07pm EDT / 7:07pm PDT

PS Vita getting some critical support from heavy hitting franchises.

Sony confirmed that there will be a Call of Duty release on Vita in Fall 2012. Called Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified, the game will have a focus on online play and is expected to release later in 2012

Also announced is Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation for the PS Vita. Based on the unsuccessful Louisiana rebellion of 1768, it will have the first female protagonist in the history of the franchise.

Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation will be launching in a bundle with a white PS Vita in October. Additionally, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was formally announced for PS Vita with full cross platform play with the PS3 version for up to six players.

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Igor M D

23 18 0.8
Announcing 3 (three!) games doesn't really qualify as 'critical' support.

Posted:4 years ago


James Stanard Senior Engine Programmer, Lightbox Interactive

8 13 1.6
I think it's meant that getting two AAA external franchises on Vita is critical for its success. In other words, it's a critically low number. It's on life support. The third game mentioned is first party.

Posted:4 years ago


David Radd Senior Editor, IndustryGamers

361 80 0.2
The Vita clearly needs some support, and Call of Duty is still the largest AAA game franchise on the planet. And there's no telling how the Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation, but being an original entry might be a good selling point. So yes, it's some critically needed support - whether it will be enough is anyone's guess.

Posted:4 years ago


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