When does Assassin’s Creed 4 come out for Xbox 360


There is no such thing as "Assassin’s Creed 4". However, November 15, 2011 is the US release date of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations for the PS3, Android, WinPhone, iPhone, PC and Xbox 360. Publisher/developer Ubisoft has stated many times this is not a numbered sequel in the series, and an "Assassin’s Creed 3" hasn’t even been released. If you’re referring to a different game, you need to provide a valid title. away!

When is Asassin’s Creed 2 available for xbox 360

The video game "Assassin's Creed II" is going to be released on November 17, 2009 for the PlayStation 3, iPhone, PC, Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS. Use 1-800-2 for unlimited questions!

Is there an Assassins Creed for Gameboy

There is no Assassin's Creed game for the Gameboy. there are plenty of other options, including iPhones where you can get this game. Thanks,!

Xbox 360 vs ipad 2

As of now there is no sequel to Damnation for the Xbox 360 console.

6 Responses to “When does Assassin’s Creed 4 come out for Xbox 360”

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By Terry2424 September 9th, 2012 at 12:00:12

It’s current expected release date is March 2010, though that is likel…http://www.chacha.com/question/when-is-assassins-creed-coming-out-for-xbox360

By BabyU September 9th, 2012 at 15:09:00

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By Alan @ CIT September 9th, 2012 at 18:01:44

Assassin’s Creed for Xbox 360 was released November 13, 2007. …MORE…http://www.chacha.com/question/when-is-assassins-creed-to-coming-out-for-the-xbox-360

By khan3332 September 9th, 2012 at 20:36:37

I have Assassin’s Creed and Assassin’s Creed 2 for pc. How do I get my usb Xbox 360 controller to work? the games both say 360 controler supported

By The Tea September 9th, 2012 at 23:32:02

What kind of gamer am I? Just for fun, I decided to find out what kind of gamer I am (Casual, midcore, hardcore, etc). I took some quizzes, but I got a different answer every time. Could someone who knows al ot on the subject tell me? I’ll tell you about my gaming habits-

The first system I ever got was a PSone. I built up a collection of games, and eventually upgraded to PS2. I got many games, with cheap prices. I had some good times with that… But by the time I had gotten my PS2, PS3 was coming out. After a couple years of that, I knew it was time to get a PS3. After months of saving allowance, I FINALLY got it. That’s what I currently game on. Some people might get the impression that I’m a Sony fanboy, because all my systems are in the PlayStation series. To the contrary, I’m opposed to fanboyism. The reason all my systems are PS is because my first one was. So, naturally, I got the second system in that lineup. Then the third. There was no real reasoning. Looking back, however, I’m glad I picked PS3. I am looking into buying an Xbox 360, though.

Now, onto the games I play…
My collection of PS1/PS2 games is too big to list here, so I’ll just list my PS3 games. (I only have about 12.)

-Star Wars: The Force Unleased II
-Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
-Assassin’s Creed
-Assassin’s Creed II
-Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
-Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune
-Call of Duty: Black Ops
-Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
-Red Dead Redemption

I like open-world/sandbox games, like Red Dead, Prototype, GTA, etc… but linear games can be good too, like the amazing Uncharted series. I have a membership at my local GameStop, and also a subscription to GameInformer. I do read game reviews, watch gameplay videos, and go on gaming sites. Despite all this, I’m not addicted to it. I don’t spend six hours a day refining my quick-scoping on CoD, for example. In fact, I don’t have a PSN membership! I WILL get one soon, but for now… it’s complicated. I get an allowance, which I will usually spend on games, as well as books. (Barnes and Noble is awesome!) I don’t usually buy brand-new games, but rather, pre-owned ones. It may not sound good, but in fact, some great titles (Prototype, Red Dead, Uncharted, Assassin’s Creed, etc.) are available pre-owned. If I have the money, though, then I might buy a brand-new one. Another thing is, I want to play the prequel of a game first. What I mean is, I wouldn’t be comfortable playing Assassin’s Creed II without first playing the original. Of course, there are exceptions. You don’t have to play GTA 3 to understand GTA 4.
Now on to graphics… I’m not one of those people that gripes about graphics. If the graphics are sub-par, but the gameplay is good, I’m happy. Graphics are nice, but gameplay is much more important.
Anyway, I game on my free time, or when I feel like it. I enjoy gaming, but it only takes up a few hours of my day.

I apologize for the length of this question. Anyway, thanks for reading… so can you tell me what kind of gamer I am?

By dpetersman September 10th, 2012 at 01:19:54

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