"In the latest Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag video, game director Ashraf Ismail takes viewers through some naval/fort gameplay sections."
The more im seeing, the more im liking. Cool how the light shines brighter at the top of the wave seeing as its thinner at the top. Very nice.
Yeah same here. I get the AC name is well over saturated but bro this is an amazing looking pirate game with so much to do and experience. It's going to be incredible. Ubi is really perfecting the open world game. I am very excited about what I have seen so far.
I think the biggest letdown of AC3 was you couldn't actually explore in the naval parts of the game. It was jump in, do the mission and then your done. I can't wait to explore more and upgrade the Jackdaw
Been day one since I first started looking into the game after E3. Ever since then, I've read many interviews and seen all the video's on production. This is going to be a mind blowing awesome adventure and more so on Next Gen.
Btw, I'm driving 3 hours to Seattle Pax this weekend just to see the Assassin's Creed ship, the Jackdaw. Of course I'm excited to see ALL the other games coming out as well. But this one the most and how cool is it to have the ship! https://www.youtube.com/wat...
Nice to see some level-headed gamers here that will judge the game based on its own merits, not on how frequently games in the series come out. The way I look at it, if the games are good then they should be enjoyed as good games. If each release in the series comes out too fast for you and you can't keep up or simply need a break then I think it would be wise to simply not buy it until you are ready for it. To be honest, I feel like that about the whole industry. There are simply way too many good games for me too keep up with. In an ideal world, fewer games would come out, but the ones that did come out would all be amazing and I would be rich and have all of my time free to play those amazing games. Anyway, for me personally I have enjoyed all of the Assassin's Creed games and I look forward to AC4 in particular because the setting is just so appealing and the gameplay looks to be improved and expanded.
Definitely excited for this game, will probably get it for PC day one
Yeah, I'm getting it on PC too. Nvidia and Ubisoft are working together to bring extra graphical features to the PC version. Splinter Cell Blacklist was the first game to come out of that partnership and if it is anything to go by we should see things like tessellation, parallax occlusion mapping, contact hardening shadows, higher resolution textures and shadows, HBAO+ ambient occlusion, and perhaps PhysX (although PhysX would be exclusive to Nvidida users). Should make for an amazing looking game.
Eh, I use AMD, but I can use my CPU for PhysX like I do in Borderlands 2
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