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Speculating Future Settings for Assassin's Creed

It is clear that the Assassin’s Creed franchise is at a crossroads. And, despite Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’s laudable quality and overall complimentary reviews, it is clear that Ubisoft is planning something for Assassin’s Creed V and beyond.

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jnelson5544851d ago

Discuss! What settings do you think will appear in the near future and what settings would you personally like to see?

AFCCannonieri851d ago

i dont see how Fuedal Japan would be boring

CrossingEden851d ago (Edited 851d ago )

Because it's too predictable and easy to pull off. An italian assassin during the italian renaissance is unique, a half native american/half british assassin during the american revolution is unique, an assassin who is also a pirate is unique. Same can't be said for something as predictable as "asian=ninja/assassin& ;quo t; Also the asian aesthetic and region/environment has been used a whole lot of times in video games already. I very much enjoy when they push the unique aesthetics that are not common in gaming, like say the golden age/downfall era of piracy or the american revolution. Ubisoft's development teams obviously like to challenge themselves. -_- That being said, here's the biggest hint towards where the next installment in the franchise will go according to ubisoft, note Darby's response.
https://twitter.com/EdensCr...

jnelson5544851d ago

The chest hint is discussed in this article. Thank you for your response!

jnelson5544851d ago

That was the opinion of one Ubisoft employee. I don't see how it would be boring either. The architecture wouldn't be the best for parkour, but many cultural/historical aspects of Japan would blend seamlessly with the AC lore.

m2stech851d ago

Egypt or Japan/China are imminent and they were being hinted at in AC4 too.

Goro851d ago

Ancient Egypt or Feudal Japan

SneeringImperialist851d ago

I anticipate a future of milking the cashcow til it runs dry.

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