Assassin’s Creed IV to Hit Next-Gen Consoles – Says Website Glitch

By   /   Mar 1, 2013

What is being called a glitch allegedly tells us that Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will release for the next-gen consoles.

The official website of the game is the culprit here and though Ubisoft has fixed the ‘glitch’ now, Gematsu has taken a screenshot of the page prior to it. The page mentions the title “coming to next-gen consoles”. Additionally it also provides us with a release date of October 29. That said, the PS4 is speculated for a release in November.

Currently Ubisoft has only confirmed the next Assassin’s Creed game for a release on current-gen – PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC. However, there are rumors that it will definitely hit the new PS4 and Xbox 720 as well.

Earlier we reported you that Edward Kenway is going to play the lead character in Black Flag. He’s the father of Haytham Kenway from last year’s Assassin’s Creed III and is described as an “occasional” pirate and a privateer.

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