Assassin’s Creed Syndicate: Devs Explain Level Design, Railroad System And More

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate has already earned the title for most hyped Assassin’s Creed game in the last few months. The game is said to be the first to really take advantage of what the current generation consoles can do and Ubisoft has long talked about the size and scope of the game, that includes a number of different side missions. There really has been some serious work putting the world of Syndicate together. Jonathan Dumont recently sat down for a rather extensive interview with Gizmodo and talked about his approach.

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Haru1155d ago

''Assassin’s Creed Syndicate has already earned the title for most hyped Assassin’s Creed game in the last few months''

Typical gamingbolt bullshit article..

Assassin's creed Syndicate is the less hyped assassin's creed game ever, even Eurogamer wrote of an article a few days ago asking what happened to the hip for this game literally nobody cares about this game at all, this holiday is packed with so many great games that everyone forgot about Syndicate

LOGICWINS1155d ago

I initially wasn't hyped for Syndicate, but when I learned more about the game, it became my most anticipated title of the year.

-Same guy who wrote AC2(arguably the best story in the franchise) is writing Syndicate
-No MP/CO-OP or a companion app so Ubi can focus all their resources on polishing the best single player experience possible
-Rope launcher makes traversal less of a chore
-Faster, more fluid combat with multi-kill finishers
-Biggest city to date
-Offers players the best of both worlds in terms of the style they want to utilize(Evie for stealth and Jacob for brawling)

If Syndicate isn't the most hyped AC game of all time, that's very sad..because it SHOULD be. I feel like this is going to be another Black Flag. Few people gave a crap about it until the really positive reviews came out.

aLucidMind1155d ago

Hopefully the whole Assassin/Templar war is more than just a theme in this game. AC4 didn't feel like you were against Templars, Rogue didn't feel like you were against Assassins, and Unity so far (just started Sequence 7) doesn't feel like I'm facing Templars.

After AC3, it feels like I've pretty much just been dealing with filler episodes. Nothing of any real note goes on in AC4 or Rogue and I'm getting the same feeling from Unity as well. Sure, I've enjoyed them all but it doesn't have the feeling of an overarching plot between the Assassin's and Templars. It's pretty much just like "hey, we're here!".