The Assassin’s Creed: Victory release date may be one of many details revealed when Ubisoft makes their announcement at the upcoming E3 2015. The game will supposedly give fans of the series more of what they want, it seems.
Ever since Assassin’s Creed 3 let us down on such a massive level, giving us little more than a story and a bunch of side-quests that really didn’t improve anything by the end, Ubisoft has been forced to get inventive. Black Flag was a hit because of this. It fixed everything that was wrong with AC3 and made it fun and deeply rewarding for those who wanted to get the most out of it.
Sadly, Rogue ended up being little more than a rehash of Black Flag with some AC3 mechanics and cold weather challenges thrown in, and it was still better received than the much anticipated AC: Unity.
If previous years are any indication, the Assassin’s Creed: Victory release date will hit around November this year, barring possible last minute delays to get the game ready. The question most fans are asking now is, “Why should we buy another Assassin’s Creed game?”
According to Master Herald, Ubisoft Montreal isn’t changing much, which may or may not sound like a positive for long-time fans of the series who are tiring of the same basic game every year. Unity‘s glitchy and underwhelming release was probably enough to show Ubisoft what needed changing though.
Assassin’s Creed: Victory gameplay will likely see its combat enhanced for more intuitive encounters, possibly making the fights more exciting for gamers demanding something new. The protagonist will probably be male again, but there will allegedly be more than minor benefits to changing outfits this time.
— Stefanos Savvides (@Vssassins_Creed) January 21, 2015
A new system of blending may have the new protagonist changing into something other than assassin’s robes, which only seems to make the character stand out from the crowd (and make the guards look blind). It is unknown what these outfits will be if the Assassin’s Creed: Victory rumors are true, but it may force gamers to dress more like the people to blend more effectively.
Ubisoft has a lot of work to do by the Assassin’s Creed: Victory release date, especially if they want to avoid another glitchy release which mars its appeal on the Xbox One and PS4.
The developer is not confirming any of the rumors surrounding this year’s release, but they aren’t trying as hard to keep secrets either.
What do you want to see in the next game when Assassin’s Creed: Victory is finally released?
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