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Although Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation is a PlayStation Vita title, it still aims to include just as many gameplay elements and high-tech features as its bigger console brother, Assassin’s Creed III. However, as a portable title, it still has to be easy enough to pick-up-and-play in short stints, and the overall gameplay time reportedly clocks in at 15 hours as a result.

Playfront picked up the news from the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine, who talked to producer Mathieu Hector about the game’s pacing and length:

“We have one rule: you must be able to complete a mission between two stations,” said Hector.

Hence, the full game can reportedly be completed in 12 to 15 hours. Is that too little, especially considering the amount of time that can be sunk into Assassin’s Creed III?

Perhaps it’ll be a moot point. After all, that likely doesn’t account for optional challenges and side missions, which has nearly tripled gameplay length in previous Assassin’s Creed titles.

Source: Playfront

Assassin’s Creed 3: Liberation Maxes Out At 15 Hours Of Gameplay

Since Assassin's Creed III: Liberation has to be easy enough to pick-up-and-play in short stints, the overall gameplay time reportedly clocks in at 15 hours as a result.

By EGM Staff | 08/4/2012 05:04 PM PT

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Although Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation is a PlayStation Vita title, it still aims to include just as many gameplay elements and high-tech features as its bigger console brother, Assassin’s Creed III. However, as a portable title, it still has to be easy enough to pick-up-and-play in short stints, and the overall gameplay time reportedly clocks in at 15 hours as a result.

Playfront picked up the news from the latest issue of Official PlayStation Magazine, who talked to producer Mathieu Hector about the game’s pacing and length:

“We have one rule: you must be able to complete a mission between two stations,” said Hector.

Hence, the full game can reportedly be completed in 12 to 15 hours. Is that too little, especially considering the amount of time that can be sunk into Assassin’s Creed III?

Perhaps it’ll be a moot point. After all, that likely doesn’t account for optional challenges and side missions, which has nearly tripled gameplay length in previous Assassin’s Creed titles.

Source: Playfront

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