The lights are on
Assassin's Creed III will have post-launch episodic content, according to an internal GameStop memo. The message says a "Season Pass" download content deal is on the way.
Kotaku obtained a picture of the memo, which also notes that Ubisoft is in the process of creating a "complementary development team" for the content. "With a dedicated team specifically to this content we plan to set the bar for quality DLC in our industry," the note says.
Additionally, pre-order availability for the "Season Pass" is expected soon. The note did not provide details on what content there will be, however.
Game Informer contacted Ubisoft for comment.
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Nice this may work out
This defiantly seems to be the trend with devs these days.
Oops. ^Definitely^ (darn autocorrect:)
I don't like all of this season pass stuff. Pre-ordering a game is one thing, but pre-ordering a pass for all of the DLC before the game even comes out seems a little bit silly. Why should developer's encourage us to blindly put our trust in them to make good DLC when so much of it isn't worth the money?
It just seems stupid to ever buy any season pass. you never know if the dlc will be a flop like in Saints row 3, so why bother when you could buy it later?