Ubisoft's 2010 console blockbuster Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood finally gets a PC release on 18th March, the publisher has announced.

According to a post on the game's official forum, the USA and "certain EMEA countries" get it a day earlier. "Please check your local retailers for details in your region /country," advised the forum manager.

There's no additional content to compensate for the wait, but Ubisoft has promised the game will look sharper on your desktop than ever before. There's support for multi-monitor displays and stereoscopic 3D output, while shadows, reflections, environment, character detail and draw distance are apparently all improved.

The game originally came out on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in November last year, winning a perfect 10/10 from Eurogamer and shipping a tidy 6.5 million copies to date.

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