The Flight To Preview Assassin’s Creed Shadows Music On June 14th

Looking forward to hearing the full score as the artists involved sound amazing. Today, Ubisoft announced the composers involved in the making of Assassin’s Creed Shadows’ original soundtrack. Four exclusive tracks will be made available on Friday 14th.


Assassin's Creed Shadows Is Shaping Up To Be Another Hard-Hitting Classic - The Koalition

Richard Bailey of The Koalition writes: Assassin’s Creed Shadows was revealed as a cinematic world premiere trailer on May 15th. Set within feudal Japan and fixated on two playable protagonists in Naoe and Yasuke, I fully expected Shadows to be another typical Assassin’s Creed game with only a few key changes to enhance the overall experience.

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rbailey3d ago

This game definitely looks great so far and will satisfy those who have been waiting for an Assassin's Creed game set within Feudal Japan.

meganick3d ago

In case you don’t believe me, check out its comment history. Then it’ll be more obvious.

Dirty_Lemons3d ago

Yeah definitely a bit to be fair.

Ninver3d ago


Good spot. It's comments are robotic to no end.

Leeroyw3d ago

There are so many of these accounts:

"can't wait for this title"
"gonna pre order this one".
"day one"

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Obscure_Observer3d ago

Hope so.

Definitely like what I have seen so far.

Sashamaz2d ago

Apparently, it's not acceptable to like assassins creed right now. Fortunately, the loud minority does not represent most buyers.

Shane Kim3d ago

Looks like the best one for a long time.

ravens523d ago (Edited 3d ago )

So many upset racist dummies. Lol @ y'all 🤡and I hope the game does great 😉.

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EternalTitan3d ago

Oh no! Where is the 'racist'?

Levii_923d ago

Another? Lol look i have nothing against Shadows unlike lot of other people but when the f was AC a hard hitting classic? 16 years ago? 😂

anast3d ago

I would say 16 is about right.

Vits3d ago

A Ubisoft game being a hard-hitting classic is already pretty much impossible. And an Assassin's Creed game being one? Come on, it's going to be the same wishy-washy open world with a ton of the same old objectives as the last games. The only difference is the coat of paint.

Like, don't get me wrong. Their games aren't necessarily bad, but they are so absurdly formulaic that I wouldn't be surprised if some sports games ended up with more variation between releases than Ubisoft franchises.