The only Assassin’s Creed game with a black female protagonist has been removed from Steam. Ubisoft has removed the Steam edition of Assassin’s Creed Liberation from the list action-adventure game it’s no longer available for purchase – and what’s worse is that even if you already own it, you won’t be able to play it from September.
Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD, a remastered version of the PS Vita game set in the events of Assassin’s Creed III, was released in 2014 and is unlikely to be anyone’s favorite Assassin’s Creed game. Ubisoft didn’t include it list of supported games In 2022, but it was now Removed from Steam “at the publisher’s request.”
Now, usually when a game is sold out, if you own it, you can still play it. Rockstar’s GTA trilogyfor example, anyone who buys them can download and play. Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD, on the other hand, states on its Steam page that the game “will not be available after September 1, 2022.”
So even if you have this single-player Assassin’s Creed game in your Steam library from September, you won’t be able to play it – in fact, it will likely be removed from libraries as well. The game also doesn’t appear on the publisher’s own Ubisoft Connect storefront. The reason for the delisting is unclear, but according to Steam reviews, Liberation has been experiencing technical issues for some time.
We are trying to confirm if this includes the copy of Assassin’s Creed Liberation that came with Assassin’s Creed III Remastered. We will update this post when we receive confirmation.
UPDATE: Currently, Assassin’s Creed Liberation is still available to install with Assassin’s Creed III Remastered.
Your best bet for Assassin’s Creed is to play the latest Valhalla game. will conclude his story later this year.