This Is How Assassin’s Creed 4 Will Look If It Is Set In China

GB - "Have you wondered how Assassin’s Creed 3 will look when set in China? Well a skilled user from Deviant Art has done just that by creating some of the most gorgeous artworks ever known to man, in fact, it’s so awesome that he or she should actually get hired by Ubisoft for the pure awesomeness on display."

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Irishguy951690d ago

Wut? There's not enough Muricans in Ancient China. So they don't have any flags to wave around the front of the case. To appeal to Americans/

Syntax-Error1689d ago

That looks like shit. Assassins Creed in China would be a bad idea.

ZombieNinjaPanda1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

Are you kidding me? Oriental Assassins Creed would be such a breath of fresh air for the series. Looks bad ass too without being cheesy.


The American Revolution was something decent in innovation for the series.

Cam9771689d ago

Shut up, at least it's more innovative, unique and inspirational than boring, old, overused America.

T3MPL3TON 1689d ago

So you brits are still mad about Assassin's Creed huh? Europe is boring. It's been done in every fashion possible. America has been done in every fashion possible. It's time to go to Asia.

Electroshocked1689d ago

Woah, the concept art looks amazing. I don't know about anyone else, but I feel that China should definitely be the setting for Assassin's Creed IV it just feels right.

BattleAxe1689d ago

China was probably a very interesting place before the Communists took over.

blackbeld1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

Assasin Creed in China will be awesome.

You get to deal with Ninja's, Shoalin's, Tai Chi and a lot Kung Fu clans.

He should learn some Martial Arts before he get to China otherwise he get killed to easy.

Blastoise1689d ago


"Europe is boring" dude, really?
The ENTIRE of Europe is boring? Whatever you say...

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Summons751690d ago

Ummmm there wasn't any "muricans" in assassins creed 1,2 or its two follow ups. Also, assassins creed isn't even developed in "Murcia" so get off your high horse and stop being butthurt they chose one era in history verse another.

killershadow1171690d ago

What the heck man. Just because one game was set in America means that it is a game "Muricans" play to be all about America? Did you forget that the first game was set in the middle east and the second was in Italy.

Root1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

I'm not sticking up for him...but with the first two games it didn't really give off the "AMERICA F*** YEAH" vibe in the games like AC3

The thing is in the war between Americans and the redcoats both sides did some horrible things, both sides were as bad as each other but AC3 dumbs down what the Americans did and exaggerateswhat the redcoats did to make it one sided and that the redcoats were like completely evil.

It's the reason I havent been able to finish the game...well more because the main character sucks and it's boring story but you get the idea.

killershadow1171689d ago

I think you should finish the game, then you probably wouldn't call it dumbed down. I'm not going to spoil anything for you but it does have some stuff that does put America in a bad light. I do agree with you that this main character and story are definitely not the best of the series.

Root1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

I'm close to the end and I havent seen crap yet that goes against the Americans

It's one redcoat thing after another....oh look a templar....oh he's British AGAIN how did I not see that coming.

Course they dumbed it down...

George Washington was supposed to be bad from the start, he held the apple to win the war which is what past AC games tell us...LOOK IT UP BEFORE YOU DISAGREE...but they changed it in this game incase they risked ticking off Americans. Instead they created Haytham, an amazing character, and his group to fill Georges place and the rest of the founding fathers, they were supposed to be the templar group from the start from what they codex pages told us in the first two games. Haytham should of been a good guy to help you near the end.

ChocolateGiddyUp1689d ago

Almost every American character in this game is portrayed as an asshole or an idiot. I don't think the French-Canadians at Ubisoft care about trying to appeal to us.

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Thatlalala1689d ago


Connor eventually does tell G.W to eff off, and realizes all his work in the end to save his village was futile. It just ends up being sold by a U.S. Senator. So the whole Murica Eff yeah feeling is more or less, is wow they're just as bad as the britsh.

ZombieNinjaPanda1689d ago

He's most likely talking about the advertising and the way the game was presented to everyone.

FuzzyPooka1689d ago

Of course. Connor was FIGHTING the British. Whatever side he is on is going to be portrayed in a better light. Plus, in essence, Patriots= Assassins, British= Templars. My opinion? F*** YEAH 'MURICA!!!

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HorrorGod1689d ago

I personally have found out most people with your opinion of ACIII, have either not played the game or didn't finish it at all.
I just started playing ACIII and love it. I'm enjoying the character development. I like that the game has had a slow build up and that I wasn't some big-bad ass-powerful assassin right out of the box.

Also, when people say ACIII has this "America F'Yeah" vibe, I wonder if they thought AC had a "Middle East F'Yeah" vibe, or ACII had an "Italy F'Yeah" vibe...

Root1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

"I wonder if they thought AC had a "Middle East F'Yeah" vibe, or ACII had an "Italy F'Yeah" vibe"

No it didn't...those games didn't shove it in your face, they just got on with the game and the story. Thats what makes AC3 differnt

Threydor1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

"I personally have found out most people with your opinion of ACIII, have either not played the game or didn't finish it at all."
"I just started playing ACIII and love it."
You just did the same thing... hypocrite.

HorrorGod1689d ago

Well, I personally have not felt an "American F'yeah" vibe shoved in my face. I don't feel that this game has shoved any side down my throat, any more than the previous AC games have. But I guess that's just me.

@Threydor: You are correct. I apologize. As where others have felt that vibe from the very beginning, I have yet to feel it -- and I'm 6 hours in.

Jessika_S1689d ago

you better wake up, this is a girls dream.

JaredH1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

Who cares? Seriously, who? The game isn't the best in the series and was a minor let down to me by being more of the same, even with the drastic change in scenery and setting.

I also didn't get any of the "America's so great" vibe. Do you know how it ends? SPOILER with slavery and other depressing themes like Native Americans losing their land END SPOILER. Yup, "America F*** yeah", indeed.

Furthermore, the game takes place during the American Revolution. Having the first American flag in marketing kind of spells that out for people.

OmegaSlayer1689d ago

I would hire this guy if I were Ubisoft

Max-Zorin1684d ago

Were you brutally assaulted by an American or something?

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Yi-Long1690d ago

Yes. I've been begging for an Assassin's Creed game set in Asia for many years now. It would be perfect, with the different martial arts, clans, families, government vs rebels, monks, etc etc.

Gorgeous artwork btw. I have no doubt this artist would be able to land a job as a concept artist.

Enate1689d ago

I agree 100% the way the combat system has evolved my oh my. Martial arts in this continuously improved combat system within Assassins creed just seems to sit together like a perfect idea.

sonicsidewinder1689d ago (Edited 1689d ago )

Ninja Creed

It could never be that complex.

Would be too much for the casual/baby fanbase majority.

wenaldy1689d ago

There's no Ninja in China