Gamers who enjoyed Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag from Ubisoft now have something new to look forward to. As we reported last month, Assassin’s Creed: Pirates has been released today for a slew of mobile devices that are powered by Android and iOS. Kindle Fire, which runs a highly forked version of Android, has also received this title. Do keep in mind that this title isn’t an extension of the console game, it just shares a similar play setting with its sibling.
Naval battles are the highlight, naval captain Alonzo Batilla is one of the game’s central figures. The objective of Assassin’s Creed: Pirates is to get to La Buse’s treasure. In order to achieve this objects, gamers will enlist a crew for the ship and battle enemies along the way. Templars, assassins and other pirates will regularly drop in to make the journey interesting and challenging. Crew members that die in battle can be replaced, gamers will also be able to upgrade their ships. Ubisoft claims that the game utilizes a new 3D graphics engine that sets a new standard for mobile gaming. Available now from the Google Play Store, App Store and the Amazon appstore for Android, iOS and Kindle Fire respectively, Assassin’s Creed: Pirates costs $4.99.
Samsung’s habit of releasing multiple variants of one product is well known. The number of variants differ across regions, but there are always a couple of variants that are released in succession after the product is rolled out for the very first time. Amid mounting rumors that the company might be working on Galaxy Note 3 Lite and Galaxy Grand Lite, the folks at Sammobile have heard from s source that Samsung might release a Galaxy Tab 3 Lite variant next month, January 2014.
The source hasn’t offered any details about the specifications, however it is said that the Galaxy Tab 3 will be the cheapest tablet that Samsung has ever produced, expected price is 100 euros. The existence of this tablet doesn’t seem impossible, given the fact that Samsung is expected to focus more on low-end devices and tablets next year. Both Wi-Fi and 3G variants of the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite are expected to be offered, Cream White color is said to be rolled out first in the second week of 2014, with the 3G model being released in the third week and black color option for both models being released in the fourth and sixth weeks of 2014, respectively. The timeframe is said to be tentative, so even if Samsung does intend to release the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite in 2014, it might not launch them in January. No official confirmation has been received as yet from Samsung.