It’s the industrial revolution for Syndicate, but is it for Ubisoft? Can their new installment to the franchise revolutionize the series as a whole and make fans excited for Assassins Creed again?
They might as well have called it "Victorian London Ubisoft Open World Game," because it seems like a generic reskin with no soul.
Never played an Account game all the way through. Never bought one. But I am interested in this one.
Yup, its Screwbi soft. Far cry is all they're good at.
AC Rogue was a good game and with the exception of AC3 and Unity I enjoyed all of them.
I'll be in the minority and say AC3 is my fav. Love the setting. Finally got done with the stupid Desmond storyline. And it had the right amount of naval fighting. Sorry, but after playing AC4, about 60% through, I was ready to fast travel everywhere. Also, AC4 had weak character development just like, AC3.
We shall see, it can go either way. It could continue the trend of Unity or it could end up as a very good game. I'm certainly cautious after Unity and some of the design choices shown in the gameplay don't really click with me in regards to having them in an AC game, but that's what they decided to do so let's see how it turns out at the end.
To be fair, if we taking about repeating history. Ubi has always released a good AC after a bad one. AC1 to AC2. AC3 to AC4.
What do you mean no?
Unity was my first Assassin's Creed game. I preordered it because a friend wanted to play Co-op... Found out it was broken at Launch and didn't even touch it for months. The game entered a playable state late December, early January... And since then it's alright. Kinda repetitive, but I do like the parkour system. I don't like the fact of buying a new game though every year, despite me being an avid Call of Duty player. It's unique and interesting, but I probably won't get another AC game
The footage they showed did look neither polished nor sophisticated enough to be released this fall. No way this is not gonna disappoint again.
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