The next chapter for Assassin’s Creed Identity has begun. Not only has the mobile game finally launched for Android smartphones and tablets, but it has also received a brand new game update. The action game was released for iPhones and iPads in early February, so it was about time that the Android community could also join the fun. There’s only two requirements to play Assassin’s Creed Identity: Players need a mobile device running on Android 4.1 or higher and they need to purchase the app for $4.99 in the Google Play Store.
To celebrate the launch, the guys and girls over at Ubisoft and Blue Byte have released the new Forli update. The campaign called Forli: A Crimson Sunset adds a map that players of Assassin’s Creed 2 and Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood should be familiar with. The location brings four brand new missions to the action game in which players support Ezio and Machiavelli. The map features two different settings – Dusk and Siege. The update also adds several new weapons to Assassin’s Creed Identity as well as legendary items including Altaïr’s Sword, hidden treasure chests, and improved daily challenges.
Last but not least, the Forli update introduces a new type of contract mission called the Crow Hunt to the mobile game. Players will hunt down crows from the sky to collect rewards.
Source: Press release