Despite being a mobile game, Assassin's Creed: Identity is modeled after its console counterparts, only with touchscreen controls in place of a gamepad. It's not as graphically impressive as its predecessors and the gameplay has been stripped down, but if you're looking for a quick stealthy murder fix while waiting for the bus, Assassin's Creed: Identity might scratch that homicidal itch. As with most modern Ubisoft mobile games, Assassin's Creed: Identity relies on microtransactions. A time limit counts down during gameplay, and once it hits zero, the only way to earn more time is to either turn off the game and wait or spend real-world money to purchase Abstergo Credits.
According to MCV, Assassin's Creed fans in other regions will be able to play Assassin's Creed: Identity when it goes global in early 2015.