A few weeks ago we told you that Ubisoft confirmed that Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch Dogs DLC would receive a six month exclusive time period on PlayStation, but it looks like for Assassin’s Creed, that DLC will remain on the platform. A Ubisoft representative reached out to Eurogamer to let them know that PlayStation-exclusive levels released for the game will not be available on other platforms, ever.
That wording is interesting, since not all DLC for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will be PlayStation exclusive, but for those of you who wanted the full Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag experience, it looks like the only way to do that is on PlayStation right now. That being said, the season pass is still available for Xbox gamers, though Wii U gamers have been left out of the deal. Whether or not we will get the Freedom Cry DLC that allows you to play as Adewale still remains to be seen.
Currently there’s no word on whether any sort of exclusivity deal remains in place for Watch Dogs DLC, but it would make sense since that game is getting exclusive levels for PlayStation gamers as well.
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