Shame PC gamers are having to wait so long to get some of the industry’s bigger games, like Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood. At least for this individual title, it’s not too far off: March 17 is the official day.
Over on Steam, there’s a fancy-pants Digital Deluxe Edition for pre-purchasers — and, naturally, the system specs are listed. Single-player maps, characters for multiplayer, behind-the-scenes content, and the 22-song soundtrack are a few of the more notable selling points.
There’s also the worry of Ubisoft’s infamous DRM. At this point, it’s unclear if Brotherhood will be adopting the same model, and to what extent, if it does.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhoood release date and system requirements [GreyViper]