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Submitted by illnoize 449d ago | opinion piece

The Next Assassin’s Creed Entry Should be in Feudal Japan

Ubisoft seems keen on continuing the pirate theme in the next set of Assassin’s Creed games, as seen by a recent survey sent to fans. Within, they asked whether or not they wanted the naval aspects of the game expanded and if co-op or multiplayer across the current world they’ve created would be appealing. (Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Culture, Industry, Ubisoft)

phantomexe  +   449d ago
This is not likely for single player because they started on the next AC game way before they finshed black flags. Mutiplayer maybe single player no.
Section8  +   449d ago
Really? You think the next game will be 2 separate settings in one game? You're a fool.
phantomexe  +   449d ago
Read the comic which gives you a good idea were there going next. I don't see it being pirate theme at all but hey you can believe what you want. AC5 would of already been in development for know less then a year before the sent out asking folks if they wanted more pirate themed. Hey just remember i told you so.

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