Ubisoft has partnered with Tobii Tech for its upcoming Assassin's Creed Rogue game for the PC which will enable gamers to control the game with their eyes. Gamers will be able to pan the ingame camera left or right instead of using their mouse. The game will also pause if the gamer is looking away and will resume when he looks back again.
The game makes use of Steelseries Sentry which will track your eye movements when you play the game. The SteelSeries Sentry uses eye tracking technology developed by Tobii Tech and currently works with PC only. The first 5,000 buyers of Steelseries Sentry will get the Assassin's Creed game for free.
Assassin's Creed Rogue is already out for the Xbox 360 and the PS3 and is expected to launch for the PC in March.
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