Another Assassin’s Creed game is getting a re-release.
Ubisoft continues to bring out the prev-gen console (PlayStation 3/Xbox 360) titles over to the current generation – this time, it’s 2014’s Rogue’s turn to show up on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. This game launched along with Unity, but due to its initial technical hiccups, for a while, it seemed that Rogue feels and plays better than the PlayStation 4/Xbox One Assassin’s Creed: Unity…
The game will contain all the DLCs, and as an extra, we’ll also get Bayek’s costume from Assassin’s Creed: Origins, which should give Ubisoft a few hours of work aside from just porting the game. The PlayStation Pro and the Xbox One X will run the game at a 4K resolution (natively?), while the ordinary PlayStation 4 (Slim) and the Xbox One (S) will do so at 1080p, but all consoles will see better textures, visual effects, and improved environment rendering.
The release date is March 20 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.