The lights are on
A graphic showing logos for some unannounced Ubisoft games has leaked to the Internet, revealing a couple of new Assassin's Creed games and more.
The graphic (above), which was posted on A9VG and found by NeoGAF, shows titles and logos for a number of previously unknown Ubisoft projects, including Assassin's Creed: Liberation HD (which we assume is a console port of the handheld game), Assassin's Creed: Pirates, Rayman: Fiesta Run, Autodance II, Endwar Online, Rabbids: Big Bang, and Valiant Hearts: The Great War.
The games are supposedly set to be announced at Ubisoft's upcoming Digital Day event, meaning they are likely downloadable, mobile, or free-to-play titles.
Our Take:More Assassin's Creed. It never seems to end. While it's still one of gaming's premier frachises (and I'm honestly very excited to play as a pirate in Black Flag), I think Ubisoft is really running a risk of burning out this franchise. Assassin's Creed games just don't feel like an event anymore. Contrast this to the hubbub surrounding the upcoming release of Grand Theft Auto V. While gamers always clamor for more, sometimes it's better to play hard to get, especially with your biggest franchises. However, I will contradict myself a bit when I say that I hope the Liberation HD port is real; it's a good game not enough people got a chance to play.
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Assassins everywhere!!! I love the franchise too, but I'm getting a little burned out myself.
I would love to see Liberation on a console!
Geez, Everytime we turn around there is a new Assassin's Creed to be mentioned. I loved 1, & 2 and even Brotherhood, As a fan of the franchise I feel the games are being made ONLY because of the money aspect of it. The quality in the AC game's have went downhill after each one, I loved how fresh and new it felt when It was first mentioned that we were getting a game based around an Assassin and some pretty good lore surrounding him. However, Now all I can do is simply just hope for the best for Ubisoft to prove me wrong, Which I hope they do with ACIV:Black-Flag
What are you talking about? Liberation is an awful game. I had to force myself to finish that game.
I think I'm actually most excited for EndWar Online. That game definitely deserves a second chance, and would work well as some sort of MMO definitely.
Assassin creed IX: I'm stuck in traffic