Ubisoft is teasing inside its latest game in the Assassin Creed series, The Black Flag, Linux support for its titles.
Assassin's Creed IV: The Black Flag has registered a big success, and the game is full of throwbacks to the old titles in the series.
If you're like me and you like to explore everything in a game, then you will also find this Linux reference in Assassin's Creed IV: The Black Flag. It's more like an Easter Egg and it's hidden pretty well.
One of the images I found while I playing was of the cover art for Assassin's Creed IV: The Black Flag, but with a modified Tux logo in one corner.
We can presume two things from this image: either this is just a fun Easter Egg for people who know to how recognize the Tux logo and are happening to play a Windows game, or they intend to provide Linux support sometime in the future and this is a way of telling people.
If it's just a taunt, then it would be a really uncool move from Ubisoft to flaunt something like Linux support that they know it's not actually coming.
Update: It seems that not every Penguin logo represent Linux. In this case is the logo of Penguin Books, a large UK publisher. Mystery solved.