Assassin’s Creed fans who are still living on last-Gen consoles are getting Assassin’s Creed Rogue for them, but there inside them is a hope to get Assassin’s Creed Unity for last-Gen Console, now I don’t want to destroy someone’s dream but Assassin’s Creed Unity on last-Gen consoles is just impossible. Yes, you can’t play the upcoming french revolution stealth action game and the seventh major installment of Assassin’s Creed on last-Gen consoles.
Well, according to the game’s creative director Alex Amancio Assassin’s Creed Unity is impossible for Last-Gen consoles and the development team didn’t even consider making the game available for last-Gen consoles. Maybe, this is the reason we are getting Assassin’s Creed rogue which is also announced for Microsoft Windows recently.
“We could not have built this game on cross-gen. Impossible,” he said. “I’ll give you one example of why: the crowd. It’s not aesthetic, it’s a gameplay element, it reacts to you, there’s a faction in there you can hide with and more. We couldn’t make this game without a crowd and [last] -Gen would not allow us to have crowds even remotely close to what we have. Either way PC gamers will enjoy both the games.
“The visuals, the city is large, it’s a one to one scale. We used to be on about a two-thirds scale, like the Coliseum is on a third scale in Brotherhood. Everything is to scale in Unity, which means we can have seamless interiors. We now have the raw memory and power to do that.
“Unity would not have been possible on [last] -Gen. Since our main goal was to set the foundation for a new cycle of Assassin’s Creed, we couldn’t afford to compromise,” he added.
Assassin’s Creed Unity will be out on November 11 for Microsoft Windows, Xbox one and PlayStation 4 alongside Assassin’s Creed rogue which will be also out on the same day for Xbox 360 and November 13 for PlayStation 3 with a PC release date yet to be announced.