Assassin’s Creed III is one of the more controversial games in the series, owing to a general lack of polish, and a plethora of systems that were never fleshed out and never came together. However, it seems like the release of the upcoming remaster will see Ubisoft make some necessary improvements to the game to make it less… crappy.
These changes include some basic ones in consideration of the fact that the game is now seven years old, including changes made to the UI as well as the minimap, and the addition of a color-blind mode for accessibility. Stealth has been rebalanced, and you even get new tools and abilities at your disposal, such as being able to call on up to four assassins to help you, and dual kills.
The game will also have some Switch-specific features—menus will support touch input, the UI scales differently based on whether you are playing the game in handheld mode, or docked, and will also support HD rumble and motion controls.
Assassin’s Creed III Remastered will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 29, and on Nintendo Switch on May 21.