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Today, Ubisoft Canada announced that it will have a major presence at the 2013 Fan Expo Canada convention, which is scheduled for later this month. By press release means, the company unveiled the news, and went into details surrounding exactly what it will offer both fans and press members at this year’s iteration of the popular event.
In addition to being able to meet comic legend Todd McFarlane, and purchase three special figures from his Assassin’s Creed set, attendees will also be able to demo the following games at the Ubisoft booth:
Members from Ubisoft Toronto’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist development team will also be there, in order to talk about their work on the game. »
- Chad Goodmurphy
Ubisoft has announced that Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag and Watch Dogs are just two of the titles to be revealed at this year's sold out Pax East, where fans will be able to play demos for the company's most anticipated games and take advantage of pre-order incentives!
From the Press Release
Ubisoft announces its lineup for Pax East, including Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist, Watch Dogs, and a number of acclaimed digital, PC, and iOS titles. Attendees can check out Ubisoft’s lineup at Booths 824 and 836 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on March 22-24, 2013.
Pax East attendees that visit the Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag fully-enclosed theater will be treated to an exclusive look at the newest Assassin’s Creed world set during the Golden Age of Pirates. Meet our new hero, the brash and brutal Edward Kenway, a pirate trained by assassins. »
- Amanda Dyar
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