As gamers are well aware of, certain video game DLCs are exclusive to a particular platform for a while before being made available to other console gamers, such as Skyrim’s DLCs which were exclusive to the Xbox 360 for a while before being released to PlayStation 3 and PC gamers. Unfortunately the same cannot be said for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag where the game’s PlayStation DLCs will remain PlayStation DLCs exclusively indefinitely. This means that gamers looking forward to the extra levels that star Aveline, who made her debut in Assassin’s Creed: Liberation for the PS Vita, will be out of luck.
This was confirmed by Ubisoft to Eurogamer, stating that the PlayStation exclusive DLC is not being planned for the Xbox 360 or the Xbox One for the moment, and that it will be exclusive to PS3 and PS4 gamers. The game was recently released for current-gen consoles and is expected to see a release for the PC, the Wii U, and next-gen consoles n November. Ubisoft has also recently confirmed that Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag for the Wii U will also not be getting access to DLCs as well although it was not stated why. Any PC/Xbox 360/Xbox One gamers bummed out by this piece of news?
- Watch Dogs PS4 Version Dishes Out 1080p/30FPS
- EA Thinks Battlefield 4 Fiasco Did Not Hurt The Battlefield Brand
- Shaquille O'Neal Wants To Revive The Shaq Fu Franchise With A Sequel
- Watch Dogs For Wii U Still Alive And Well Despite Delays
- Titanfall Edition Xbox One Console Is Real, But Not Available For Purchase