Vita's Assassin's Creed protagonist will meet Assassin's Creed 3's Connor.
There's a new developer diary out for Vita's Assassin's Creed: Liberation, and it fills in a few more intriguing details on what we can expect from main character Aveline's series debut. Lead scriptwriter Cory May claims that the goal is to "replicate the console experience on a hand-held," and, judging by some of the fantastic gameplay shots shown in the diary, they're pretty close to that goal.
"You will find it's as large and deep as any of the entries in the console series," May promises. In addition to the gameplay footage, a meeting between Aveline and Assassin's Creed 3 protagonist Connor is teased. "Over the course of the adventure Aveline will meet up with and interact with Connor," May said, "I don't really want to say much more ... yeah, you'll see."
He said that just as a still with Aveline and Connor fighting back-to-back against several foes floated across the screen. Team-up, maybe? Here's hoping!
Assassin's Creed: Liberation features Aveline de Grandpré as the first playable female character in the series, and is set in New Orleans during the late 1700s. The title's due out October 30th for PlayStation Vita.