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Assassin's Creed in London!

Assassin's Creed in Victorian London!

Assassin's Creed in London!

Assassin's Creed in Victorian London!

 

Kotaku has revealed next years Assassin's Creed Game, which is Based in 19th century Victorian London and will likely be named Assassin's Creed: Victory. The game is said to release in fall 2015 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

This Game will be developed by Ubisoft Quebec, not Ubisoft Montreal, which is a first for the series. Lets hope that Ubisoft Quebec can do a better job with Victory than Montreal did with Unity, especially given that players of the game on every platform are still reporting issues.

Below is a few screenshots from Victory.

 

Assassin's Creed in London!  Assassin's Creed in London!  

 

Assassin's Creed: Victory will be develped on the Anvil engine, which was same game engine used in Unity. Lets hope that this doesn't mean that the next iteration of Assassin's Creed will be plagued with the same issues as the last.

 

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02-12-2014, 19:03:53

Dicehunter
I was just about to post this

Turning this into a yearly franchise is both good and bad, Good that us fans can look forward to it but bad because they are under time constraints, Unity was in development since AC: Brotherhood and I'm guessing this will of been in development for a total of 3'ish years by the time it comes out, I just hope they let it bake a while longer to iron the bugs out.Quote

04-12-2014, 05:53:37

Feronix
I hate how the current game hasn't even been out a month and now we're getting information about the next one already. This only means that they already started working on 'AC Victory' before Unity was even released.

Releasing the game on a yearly basis didn't work out for CoD too well either, and they even used to have 2 different companies working on it, so they had 2 years each.

Why can't they just do what Rockstar does? Make a proper game; polish it up nicely, spend the next 2 years updating it before you even start working intensively on the next thing? They are literally the only ones that can get away with releasing a trailer for GTA V in 2011, and then releasing the game in 2013 just because everyone knows that it'll be good.Quote

04-12-2014, 05:56:25

ShaunB-91
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
I hate how the current game hasn't even been out a month and now we're getting information about the next one already. This only means that they already started working on 'AC Victory' before Unity was even released.

Releasing the game on a yearly basis didn't work out for CoD too well either, and they even used to have 2 different companies working on it, so they had 2 years each.

Why can't they just do what Rockstar does? Make a proper game; polish it up nicely, spend the next 2 years updating it before you even start working intensively on the next thing? They are literally the only ones that can get away with releasing a trailer for GTA V in 2011, and then releasing the game in 2013 just because everyone knows that it'll be good.
and a load of mumble jumble to get to the post count to be able to post on this thread. Quote

04-12-2014, 05:56:49

WillSK
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
I hate how the current game hasn't even been out a month and now we're getting information about the next one already. This only means that they already started working on 'AC Victory' before Unity was even released.

Releasing the game on a yearly basis didn't work out for CoD too well either, and they even used to have 2 different companies working on it, so they had 2 years each.

Why can't they just do what Rockstar does? Make a proper game; polish it up nicely, spend the next 2 years updating it before you even start working intensively on the next thing? They are literally the only ones that can get away with releasing a trailer for GTA V in 2011, and then releasing the game in 2013 just because everyone knows that it'll be good.
Amen dude! but the fact of the matter is that AC, CoD are cash cows and while they remain so they will continue to produce them every yearQuote
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