A selection of official screenshots from Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Syndicate which releases on October 23rd 2015.
looks good but assassin's creed unity graphic is better than this one
This is pre alpha, give it a chance. It's using the same Illumination technology in Unity so I think it will look just as good by release and they seem to be lowering the NPC count a bit to so that should give them more room to put resources on other things like maybe a solid framerate.
oh god are we still doing this........ pre-alpha gameplay. well i can see it being close to look like unity but in london, and to tell you the truth there wasnt much difference
yeah unity had to much NPC's. I Always was on the roof just beacuse to much npcs on screen. I just runned into them all the time
Hope there is naval combat... one of the big reasons why unity sucked, along with faceless characters.
Wud have preferred actual gameplay screenshots over bullshots
bullshots like always
Not a fan at all of industrial environments, but I guess they gotta try new things.
Really? I thought everyone loved smokey polluted industrial environments, they're so beautiful to look at!
Depends I guess when i see it in person. But i prefer less geometric natural environments, like in Black flag.
i hope they use tesselation this time that can make a big difference
Why would they set it in a time period and location that will allow us to directly compare the graphics to The Order? Bad idea on their part. No matter what they do with this game now it will automatically appear second rate.
Nah, I thought it compared just fine. And it's open world.
This looks good but I would have to play this first before purchase, I played Unity, didn't really like it, hopefully this one is better cos I haven't bought an Assassins Creed game since 3.
It looks pretty decent. I'm not sold on it yet, since Unity wasn't great, but I think they're going to give us a quality game this time, I hope. We'll see.
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