Actually, Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, I think you'll find

Eagle-eyed Assassin's Creed fans have found a little historical inaccuracy in Syndicate.

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ERFO1307d ago

Well doesn't that just beat all

bunt-custardly1306d ago

That grapple hook looks historically accurate as well.


Hooby1307d ago

I found a historical inaccuracy as well: there wasn't actually a group a hooded individuals who were fighting a secret war with a group of bureaucratic individuals trying to control the course of history.

But of course, it is a secret war, after all.

The7Reaper1306d ago

But Masyaf from AC 1 the big building home to the Assassin's is real and it used to really be home to assassins

NuggetsOfGod1306d ago

were does he put his hat when he takes it off?

was a tall hat.

Zizi1306d ago

In the universe of AC, anything is possible.

DragonKnight1306d ago

Oh for the love of... really? A guy even went so far as to say that the train model is incorrect too? Man, some people have WAY too much time on their hands. I can just see the boycott now.

no_more_heroes1306d ago

Because Assassin's Creed has always been about historical accuracy...

iamnsuperman1306d ago

Well the settings try to be historical accurate. Ubisoft pride themselves on it. Not many would notice these minor inconsistencies but the logo inaccuracy seems a bit lazy. It is almost a 100 years out

bixxel1305d ago

The entire story of this game takes place in only ONE YEAR (1868). So they will have a LOT of problems in creating historically accurate deaths of asssassination targets. I suppose if we do a little research in Wikipedia, we'll find out how many influential persons died in A1868 London. They should have at least expanded to multiple cities- giving more freedom, freshness and more targets plus a better journey. Instead we are stuck at a stagnant London and that's also for one year only. So we will barely see any changes in the city.