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New Assassin’s Creed to be Revealed |

Ubisoft has started a Facebook page that will reveal the next new Assassin’s Creed game. The facebook page can be seen here. If you “Spread the word,” by tweeting, facebook sharing, and/or liking their page, you will help get the activity bar to 100% and reveal the game. As of this post, the activity is at 7%. Are you looking forward to the next installment of Assassin’s Creed?

  • They killed this series for me with brotherhood. Go back and play the first one and you can see how the story was suppose to unfold. I hope and pray they can go back to its roots but I have not much faith at the moment. So to answer your question, not really looking forward to it as it stands.

  • Brotherhood had its failings, certainly, but it also did a lot of stuff right. Graphics look awesome, and combat is both more intuitive and open to more finesse than in previous titles. Multiplayer is an interesting Turing test experiment, but I never really got into it. I think my main complaints about Brotherhood are that it is so limited in its scope (95% of the game takes place in Rome), and I was looking forward to an entirely new title, not AC 2.5.

  • I think you both have good points.

    Personally I found Brotherhood to be quite entertaining and a very good game. Sure, the scope is not as big as I’d like (traveling Italy is much better than running around Rome), but the additions to the game were certainly welcome.

    The only big flaw is the ending. It’s just terrible.

    I’d like to see a new era/country on the next game. Maybe even the present time, I don’t know. However, I do think they’re kind of rushing these games throughout the door.

  • I’m definitely looking forward to another one. I will however miss Ezio’s story, I liked that character a lot, though the main story with Desmond has me wanting more. I have my theory on what’s actually going on, so I’m waiting to find out that I’m right. I liked everything about Brotherhood, minus the online trophies. The multiplayer was great with a friend or a group, and recruiting assassin’s and rebuilding the city was a fun little side thing to do.

    Can’t wait to hear more.