Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs DLC exclusive to PlayStation for six months (Updated)
Typically when we hear the term “Exclusive DLC” it means that it will eventually be available on other platforms, and is only “exclusive” for a limited time. It seems that the Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag PlayStation “exclusive” DLC is no exception to this rule.
Many who have been keeping up with the news of the two games have likely seen promises of 60 minutes of new gameplay. This will be in the form of DLC, which will be exclusive to the PlayStation console for 6 months. After that time, Ubisoft could very well choose to release the DLC on Xbox and PC as well.
Of course this is solely at Ubisoft’s discretion. They could choose to keep the content completely exclusive to the PlayStation, as they did the Benedict Arnold missions for Assassin’s Creed III.
Do you think speculation is correct and Ubisoft will indeed be releasing the content on other consoles once 6 months have passed?
Update: Ubisoft has confirmed to our friends at Eurogamer that the Assassin’s Creed IV DLC, at least, will remain a PlayStation exclusive. There has been no correction on Watch Dogs as of yet, but we will keep you updated as we learn more.