For a few weeks, Ubisoft launched the celebrations for the 15th anniversary of its flagship license Assassin’s Creedstarting with the most recent episode Valhallawhich will be entitled to a lot of content again this year, to end in September with the adventure ofAltair and at the same time an announcement about the future of the saga, potentially during theUbisoft Forward. So all is well in the best of worlds? Well no, why of players got a nasty surprise when they visited the page Steam Assassin’s Creed Liberation HDthe port of the PSVita game released in 2014 on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

In fact, two messages have been added, not pleasant to read (we translated the second, surprisingly remained in English on the French page …):

Note: According to the publisher’s request, Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD is no longer for sale on Steam.

Note: Please note that this title will no longer be accessible after September 1, 2022.

Well yes, Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD can no longer be purchased from the shop. Valve and therefore no longer appears when you perform a search. If there was just that again, that would be fine, since it has been included since 2019 in Assassin’s Creed III Remastered. In addition, the original adventure with Connor was quickly withdrawn from sale likewise. Except as you can see on the always present page of the game, always active Steam, only the first message is present. So what’s the difference in the case we’re interested in now? Good, Buyers of Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD will also be unable to access it starting September 1st… It’s beautiful, all digital, right?

The Xbox 360 version, for its part, seems to be no longer obtainable if we believe the strange indication “Not available separately” on the Microsoft Store and as this piqued our curiosity, we reconnected the PS3 to find out what was going on with it and it was not easy to successfully connect to the Playstation Store. You can still download it and its related Bonus package in DLC is still available for sale (we have the game, so we can’t see if that’s even the case).

To walk the streets of New Orleans asHazelnutso the best option is to get Assassin’s Creed III Remasteredwhose physical versions are still on sale Amazon.

Update : Kotaku received a reply fromUbisoft following a request for clarification, as follows:

Ubisoft made it clear in a statement to Kotaku that “the current owners of [jeux déclassés] however, you will be able to access, reproduce or re-download them. This would include Assassin’s Creed: Liberation. The company said only DLCs and online features would be affected and was working on “updating this information across stores,” but did not explain why the single-player game was removed from Valve’s store.

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A priori it will therefore always be possible to re-download Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD On Steam even after 1 September, which does not explain the difference between the above indications. We will let you know if this story becomes clearer.

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