Assassin’s Creed IV companion application sails onto Google Play

While everyone is waiting for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed game to arrive onto Android, those of you who own Assassin’s Creed IV on their console of choice now have a companion application from Ubisoft you can fiddle around with. Before we dive into what this application contains you’ll need to know that in order to grab a copy of this companion app you’ll need to own a tablet as it isn’t available for phones.

In terms of how good this application is, it might as well be a game in itself. Players will be able to log into their console version of Assassin’s Creed IV and performing actions like setting up waypoints in-game and keeping track of the objectives and other things you want to do. You will also be able to control your fleet of ships, sending them on missions as well as helping out your friend in securing their own routes.

Furthermore, players will be able to track their progress, check out treasure maps,display received messages, notifications from your friends, find community challenges and read all of the Animus database entries as you collect them. The fact that this is very much like a game on its own is why it is only available for tablets.

For those of you who want to snag a copy of the Assassin’s Creed IV companion application, you can do so at any time as it is available off of Google Play for free.

Side Note: There seems to be a decent amount of people complaining about issues with this application. Keep that in mind when you go to download it.

Google Play Link: Assassin’s Creed IV companion app

Website Referenced: PocketGamer

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