How to Get "Assassin's Creed III" for PlayStation Vita

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"Assassin's Creed III: Liberation" puts you in the role of Aveline, an assassin who stalks her prey in New Orleans and the Louisiana bayou. The game also features bonus content, such as extra missions and special weapons, that's only available by connecting the PS Vita to your PlayStation 3. You can buy and download the game on the Vita via the PlayStation Store.

Things You'll Need

  • PS Vita memory card
  • Power off the PS Vita and open the memory card slot on the bottom of the unit. Insert a PS Vita memory card into the slot and close the cover. Power the unit back on.

  • Tap "Settings" and "Start," then tap "PlayStation Network."

  • Tap "Sign In." Enter your PlayStation Network ID and password. Tap "OK."

  • Tap "PlayStation Store," and then tap "Game" at the top of the screen.

  • Tap "Search." Begin typing "Assassin's Creed III." Tap "Assassin's Creed III: Liberation" in the results list.

  • Tap "Buy Now." Review the game's price and tap "Confirm Purchase" to begin downloading the game immediately. Check the download progress by pressing the "PS" button and tapping the notification bar in the top-right corner of the screen.

  • Return to the home screen. When the download is complete, "Assassin's Creed III: Liberation" will install automatically.

Tips & Warnings

  • To prevent others from making purchases on the Vita without your permission, set a password for the PS Store. To do this, go to "Options," "Transaction Management" and "Security." Tap "Require a Password at Checkout." The password is the same as your PlayStation account password.
  • To add funds to the PlayStation Store wallet, tap "Options," "Transaction Management" and "Add Funds to Wallet." Choose a fund amount, and then tap "Redeem Codes." Enter your credit card number, promotion code or PlayStation Store gift card number.
  • PlayStation Network sub-accounts cannot add funds to the wallet. A main account is required to add funds to a sub-account wallet.

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