The long-delayed PC version of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood will finally launch in March.
"Assassin's Creed Brotherhood for PC will be released on March 17th [NA and certain EMEA countries] and the 18th of March for [UK]," said Ubisoft UK forum manager Mr_Shade.
The PC version is set to include support for 3D and multiple monitors, it was reported last week.
Ubisoft said yesterday that the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Brotherhood, which launched on November 19 last year, shipped 6.5 million copies during the company's third quarter ended December 31.
The company's UK marketing boss told us last month that PC is still an important platform for the Assassins Creed franchise. The big question now is whether the game will feature Ubisoft's controversial DRM or not.