According to MyNintendoNews, the latest issue of Nintendo Power has shed light on how the Wii U version of Assassin’s Creed III will differ from its PS3/PC/360 counterparts.
By all accounts the core game will identical to other versions, the main difference resting within the Wii U’s unique controller. Likened to the Animus itself, the tablet will relay information to player including maps, encyclopaedia entries and character bios as well as presentig in-game touch screen short cuts.
Using the built-in accelerometer, the controller can also be used to enable Eagle Vision. Details on this feature are slim, though there are a myriad of potential applications.
Assassin’s Creed III is due to launch on October 30th across home consoles, with a Wii U release expected soon after.