Are two Assassin’s Creed games actually a good thing?

Although it was leaked a while back, Assassins Creed Rogue was recently officially announced. Taking place after Black Flag and involving characters from both that instalment and Assassins Creed 3, it looks to delight those who feel Unity’s departure to Revolution-era France is a backward step. As long as they don’t mind sticking with the previous generation.

Rogue is exclusively for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, with Unity being exclusive for the new-gen. This dual approach is bold and new, with most developers opting to release different versions of the same game. Is this the smart move, ensuring both games are optimized and get the full treatment? Is it just Ubisoft’s way of getting us to buy two games to get the full story? What does this mean for future iterations of other franchises?

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PaleMoonDeath1465d ago

More of a pain than a benefit, I don't plan on going back to the PS3 any time soon.

DC7771465d ago

I think I will pass on both until they are 20 bucks. Just bored of AC and Batman. Great games but always the same old mechanics. Not even ready for 1 let alone 2. If you are all in, enjoy.