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Ubisoft To Release Eight Assassin’s Creed Titles in 2015

By releasing two major Assassin’s Creed titles this year, Ubisoft is confident that people want more Assassin’s Creed. This is why they have promised to release at least eight more Assassin’s Creed games next year. With the release of both Assassin’s Creed Unity for the PS4, Xbox One and PC plus Assassin’s Creed Rogue for the PS3 and Xbox 360 this year, Ubisoft knows that the demand for Assassin’s Creed will never die. In fact, they have projected that they will need to release more and more titles to keep up with the demand. “We thought it was a little excessive to release eleven games in 2015 so we decided to pare back the amount of titles,” explained Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, “Assassin’s Creed Harmony, Assassin’s Creed: Divination, and Assassin’s Creed: Death’s Edge are now slated to be released in 2016. Of course, we can always change our mind later since 2016 already has 15 Assassin’s Creed titles planned. Satire.

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vishmarx1109d ago

holy fishsticks!
the more AC games they release ,the less i wanna play them.
jusus christ talk about milking,theyll outdo cod in a single year

Metallox1109d ago (Edited 1109d ago )

This piece is from P4R, dude. Nothing to see here, unless you want a laugh. However, I don't doubt Ubisoft really has plans for eight Assassin's Creed games.

bixxel1103d ago

I don't know.I fear it could be possible...

Snookies121109d ago

Please... Please don't... I love Assassin's Creed. Even have the logo tattooed on my wrist. This however, is way too much. I've started caring less and less about the series BECAUSE they release them too frequently as is. I still enjoy the games, but they feel significantly less important upon release because of this constant need to throw out as many as possible.

irokster1109d ago

Is this satire? 8 games seams way too excessive.

Adexus1109d ago

Should have satire in the title instead otherwise people may take this seriously.