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Ubisoft has improved each and every mission for 'Assassin's Creed Liberation HD'

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If you're one of the few people who both own a PlayStation Vita and have played Assassin's Creed Liberation on the portable console, you may still want to pick up the high definition remake releasing on January 15, 2014. In an exclusive interview with Examiner, producer Momchil Valentinov Gindyanov, of Ubisoft Sofia commented on why those who have already experienced the title should dive into it all over it again.

"Liberation HD offers improvements and polish all across the board," he comments. "Of course, a better visual quality is a must bringing the game to the home consoles but we also spent a lot of time improving each mission in terms of variety, fun and challenge."

Gindyanov continues, "That way even the players who have the Vita version will enjoy an improved and different experience. We have exclusive missions as well, five mission per Persona (Assassin, Lady, Servant) for around 2 hours more of fun."

With two Assassin's Creed installments releasing next year, Ubisoft is betting that fans of the franchise will continue to be willing to spend money to get as much as they can out of the franchise.

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