We knew there was more Assassin's Creed incoming and today Ubisoft Sofia's Producer, Momchil Valentinov Gindyanov, revealed PS Vita's multi-console HD remake of Assassin's Creed: Liberation will be coming out on January 14th for the PSN. A release date for PC and 360 has yet to be confirmed.
The Vita version was a good edition to the handheld although not a great game by any stretch (read the mini-review here). It will be interesting to see if the market will be there for an AC game that is, in essence, a lesser game graphically on a TV in comparison to Ubisoft's upcoming Black Flag.
If you haven't played Liberation, players take control of Aveline, a former slave and assassin who fights the Spanish to keep them from occupying Louisiana during the Louisiana Rebellion. Check out the trailer below.
How interesting is an HD remake with new consoles and a new Assassin's Creed in homes when it's released and how well can it possibly do? Sound off below.