Posted by John on September 7, 2011

All PS3 Owners Can Soon Play the Assassin’s Creed: Revelations Beta



The beta for Assassin’s Creed Revelations‘ multiplayer mode began earlier this month exclusively on PlayStation 3, just like the beta for Brotherhood. Not all PS3 owners were allowed in, as access required players to be either a Uplay member or a PlayStation Plus subscriber. Beginning tomorrow, that is no longer the case.

When the beta was first talked about, it was referred to as a “timed exclusive.” That made it sound as if non-Uplay/Plus members would be able to play at some point, but Ubisoft refused to confirm if that’s what it meant when asked by 1UP. We now know that’s exactly what the timed exclusive was alluding to.

Ubisoft announced today that the beta is opening up to all PlayStation Network members beginning tomorrow, Thursday, September 8, at 10am Pacific.

The end of the beta is still set for September 11, so there isn’t going to be a great deal of time to play. On the bright side, at least PS3 owners will get a chance to see what Revelations’ multiplayer is like and if it’s one of the games worth setting time aside for during the super-busy fall release slate.

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