Right now, the only way to play Assassin's Creed on the Nintendo Switch is via cloud technology, currently limited to Japan. It leaves anyone else wanting to take Ubisoft's popular franchise with them on the go, with no way to play at all.
Fortunately, there's still some hope left, with multiple rumours over the past few months suggesting the Switch would eventually receive an Assassin’s Creed compilation of sorts. The original rumour stems from a listing by German retailer MediaMarkt and since then there have been a few other listings signalling Ubisoft’s long-running series is making the Switch.
In the latest update, multiple Czech retailers have now listed Assassin's Creed 3 + Liberation Remaster for the Nintendo Switch. The third Assassin's Creed was previously released on the Wii U in 2012. What's a little more convincing in this case is the inclusion of the game's cover art. Take a look below:
According to these online retailers, the game is due out on 15th February and is priced at $35/€35. If this is genuine, the release date is likely to be a placeholder, as Ubisoft hasn't made an official announcement confirming the game's existence on Switch yet. In saying this, the remaster has already been unveiled for the Assassin's Creed: Odyssey season pass available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. To view the content in the remaster, visit the Ubisoft support page.
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