The Leftovers for February 5, 2014: Call of Duty DLC, No Uplay for South Park, More
Posted on Wednesday, February 5 @ 17:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Each and every day, GameRevolution offers up a delectable main course news offering with all the fixings. Because it’s so tasty, it’s easy to fill up too quickly, leaving a plate full of news content to go to waste. Luckily for you, we’re dishing up the Leftovers—all the day’s news that we didn’t bite on enough for a full serving.
Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry DLC Coming as Stand-Alone Title
The folks over at Ubisoft are releasing the Freedom Cry downloadable add-on for Assassin's Creed IV as a stand-alone product. It'll launch on PlayStation platforms on February 18th. A PC version will be available later on the 25th.
Final Fantasy XIV Brings Square Enix Back to Profitability
Square Enix has returned to profitability, and the success of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is one of the main reasons why. The publisher certainly isn't afraid to highlight when the Final Fantasy franchise does well.
South Park: The Stick of Truth Won’t Require Uplay
Frustrated by that pesky Uplay service? Fortuantely you won't have to deal with it at all when you purchase Obsidian Entertainment's South Park: The Stick of Truth
. Better yet, PC gamers will get to enjoy the benefits of full Steam integration.
Call of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught DLC Hits PS3, PC February 27th
Activision has announced that the Onslaught downloadable content for Call of Duty: Ghosts will finally be arriving on PlayStation 3 and PC later this month on the 27th. Because of Microsoft's exclusivity deal with Activision, the Xbox gamers have had access to the content since January.
Drakenguard 3 Launching This May Exclusively on PlayStation 3
Fans of the crazy dragon-centric Drakenguard games on PlayStation 2 will want to mark May 21st on their calendars, as that's the date Square Enix's third entry in its action-RPG franchise is available for purchase. It'll be digital-only in Europe, but those in North America will be treated to a retail version as well.
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