‘Assassin’s Creed: Pirates’ is once again available in the Windows Phone Store

Hammad Saleem

Assassin's Creed Pirates

Last month, Ubisoft released their popular title Assassin’s Creed Pirates for both Windows Phone and Windows 8.1. Shortly after it’s availability, the developer pulled the Windows Phone version of the game as users were experiencing frequent crashes, and several other problems, effecting the performance of the game.

If you’re desperately waiting for the game to hit the Windows Phone Store once again, there’s a piece of good news for you. The game is now available in the Windows Phone Store, but requires users to shell out $4.49 — Windows 8.1 version also costs the same. The game follows the adventures of Alonzo Batilla, an ambitious caption, as continues his journey through the Caribbean. 

“Become one of the most feared pirates of the Caribbean in this exclusive Assassin’s Creed adventure on smartphones and tablets! Play as Alonzo Batilla, a young and ambitious captain, a pirate eager to take on the fiercest of enemies… Break all the rules, challenge empires and make your own fortune,” as the official Windows Phone description.

The game works with both smartphones and tablets, so if you’re a fan of the Assassin’s Creed franchise, head over to the Windows Phone or the Windows Store and grab the app. You should know that it works only with devices featuring 1GB of RAM or above.

Update: Assassin’s Creed Pirates for Windows and Windows Phone now costs $1.99 for a limited time.