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‘AirMech’ Receives ‘Assassin’s Creed’ Themed Skins, Pets

Ubisoft Carbon Games have announced AirMech,  the fast-paced real-time stagey game for Xbox 360 has reached more than one million players. In celebration of AirMec’s free-to-play success, new Assassin’s Creed skins and pets have been introduced, alongside new customisation options.

“Since AirMech Arena launched two months ago, the community has grown rapidly and now consists of more than one million players. To celebrate this milestone, we are releasing Assassins and Templar AirMech variants to provide a crossover with the fabled franchise for fans,” said James Green, game director at Carbon Games. “We incorporated many of the traits associated with Assassin’s Creed into this new update, including a new AirMech skin for Assassins, and one for Templars, to bring their infamous struggle for power to the battlefields of AirMech Arena.”

The new skin variants are available now, which include the Assassin’s Creed Novi Aquilis Neo AirMech, which specialising in cloaking and stealth abilities. Templars command the Abstergo Fortis Prototype saucer Mech, known for its death ray and abduction abilities. Alongside the new skins players can deploy Assassin’s Creed pets with any AirMech, including the Spirit Eagle, the Apple of Eden and the DNA Cube vial.

The update also contains additional skins, units and updated maps, which will be released in the coming weeks.


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