The lights are on
Are you ready to see what the life of a Templar has in store?
Last week, we announced Assassin's Creed Rogue in our cover story reveal. The new entry places you in the role of a Templar during the Seven Years' War and bridges Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Assassin's Creed III. It features the popular naval combat from Black Flag, but this time around you take on frigid waters in the North Atlantic. You'll also be on your feet, hunting assassins and avoiding their stealthy pursuits.
Ubisoft released a pair of gameplay trailers today, so you can finally see it all for yourself. Check them out below along with new screens, as you get a taste of the frosty waters and various interesting wildlife around.
What do you think so far?
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I really hope this comes to the ps4 at some point in the future. I enjoyed the sailing in AC IV and would like to do some more and play as a templar. Either way looks like fun.
It looks so different from the last 86 AC games. 9/10 platinum. game of the okay.
It looks nice, but I've never been interested in the Templars point of view so I won't be getting this right away.
I'd love to play 2 AC in a year.
was kinda hoping that they atleast implimented the new parkour system, but i guess this in last gen. i don't think i will be picking this game up any time soon. it just looks like black flag atm.
Nah, I'll pass on this. Though the sailing portion does look quite fun.
This game looks great but to Black Flaggish. Black Flag was fun but I don't want a clone. It does though have some great additions. Time will tell how this will turn out.
I don't know what I was expecting to see but I'm disappointed. AC4 was my least favorite one and this looks to be just the same. I'll pass on this and wait for Unity.
i'm sorry but this is extreme franchise fatigue, it was already getting a little old. now they release two titles in one year, neither of which has dramatically changed. Grant it Unity has some interesting things going on, but not enough to really set it apart from its predecessors. BUT I'll probably end up playing them on down the line, if they end up being a free game with one of the console services, or used from Game Stop like a year after they release.