Assassin's Creed Revelations moves 7 million units

Ubisoft has announced sales results for Assassin's Creed Revelations.

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Wintersun6163064d ago

Just bought this game yesterday. I like it so far, but they should make some major changes. Even with the minor new stuff it still feels like I've been playing the same game since AC2. I like it, but I want to see something fresh.

But if AC3 is indeed coming in October then I doubt that we won't see many major changes.

colonel1793064d ago

"But if AC3 is indeed coming in October then I doubt that we won't see many major changes."

Not necessarily. AC3 has been in development for 3 years-much more than Brotherhood and Revelations were. This time, the changes and improvements they make are going to be up to developers' decision since they have had the time to do so.

AntoineDcoolette3064d ago

And how exactly do you know that AC3 has been in development for 3 years?

colonel1793064d ago

It was in the press release from Ubisoft

gamernova3064d ago

Not only that but now it is desmond and in new york!! :)

GameGuy3064d ago

I have been stuck in the call of duty cycle for the longest I never got a chance to play any Asassin's Creed games :/

Kur03064d ago

Go figure, a CoD fan also loves AC. You guys must love getting the same game every year.

IM_KINECTED3064d ago

I haven't played Revelations yet, Assassins Creed is one of those games in my back log, I just kind of think they wore the current story a bit thin. Unlike the COD games, Assassins Creed isn't made by different companies and alternating years with releases, were getting one every year and it's kind of saturated the market, but when they are selling 7-10 million copies of each iteration, I doubt they will stop anytime soon.

Maybe a new character or better story for AC3 will help get me interested once again.

GameGuy3064d ago

@Kur0 I hate the fact that I did. At first I saw some fun factor to the games but now it's all gone, thanks to Modern Warfare 3. The main problem was that too many people play it and if I wanted to play with friends I would have to play it too. Now I'm like F that I'm missing too many games that have a real difference between sequels. I could still play Call Of Duty and other games but my budget doesn't allow me. So, I'm going to have to bye to Call Of Duty.

Lucreto3064d ago (Edited 3064d ago )

You can see why they made a new game every year.

I love these games and I can't wait for AC3.

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