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The reasons 'Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag' is all about pirates and the sea

The reasons behind Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag's setting and time period might be more obvious to some, but Ubisoft clearly was seeing what Assassin's Creed III's naval gameplay was delivering, and so they decided to go all out with this next game.

In an exclusive interview with Examiner, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag game director Ashraf Ismail talked about why Ubisoft decided to go with the pirate setting in the Caribbean.

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fattyuk1538d ago

Read the title and thought

no sh!t Sherlock.

Sadist31537d ago

Because instead of doing something actually interesting like having the game take place in feudal Japan with samurai or ancient Egypt with Pharaohs, they wanted people to fight stupid pirates and guys with muskets. Who the hell makes decisions at this company? I seen a part in a video where the protagonist jumped out the bushes and killed an enemy. That's what Assassins have come to nowadays? The game will probably suck just like the last few that came out.