Japanese social networking service GREE and Ubisoft have announced today a partnership that will see new Assassin's Creed content for mobile phones. The game, as yet untitled but expected in December 2012, will launch on iOS and Android devices, as well as through GREE's upcoming social gaming platform. Social. Gaming. Platform. Cue appropriate freak out.
So far there are no further details, but the GREE Platform is expected to debut in Q2 2012. Users will be able to sign in and play their social games regardless of location or mobile phone availability.
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