Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag pits assassins against pirates in a seamless open world | EDGE

EDGE: "You’ll have to forgive us, but we’re getting déjà vu. A year ago, we were presented with a new Assassin’s Creed, one that moved the series to the New World, changed its systems and promised wholesale franchise reinvention. And now here we are being presented with a newer Assassin’s Creed, a game that moves the series to an even newer New World, changes its systems and promises wholesale franchise reinvention. We’ve made a note to keep our schedule free this time next year, but in the meantime we can’t help – despite our cynicism – being intrigued by the promises made by the fourth numbered game in the series, subtitled Black Flag."

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CaptainYesterday1328d ago

Anyone else think it seems way to soon for a new AC? Aren't they still releasing DLC for AC3? But this one has me interested, I've never really got into the series just played AC2 and Liberation which I enjoyed. I was thinking maybe I should go play through the series but heard AC3 was terrible so anyone who has played through the series should I bother playing through all the games or what? :)

Nimblest-Assassin1328d ago

Well AC4 sounds like its easier for new comers since they are rebooting the modern part.

GuyThatPlaysGames1328d ago

I'm just tired of the ancestor's point of view when playing the game. I'm tired of the Animus. Take a new route with the game already!

Mr-SellJack1328d ago

Meh...Witcher III urinates on Assasin's Creed IV's face any day

MrAnderson1328d ago

Except neither are out yet, so you can't possibly make that judgement, fanboy, now get back to eating your biscuits, you fat bastard.

MasterD9191327d ago

AC3 didn't please a lot of AC fans, although personally, I enjoyed the hell out of it.

AC4 looks to impress and usually it is a big deal at E3. I'm sure the footage will be impressive.