Series of Assassin’s Creed is already getting bored with more releases as they are not equipped with new content in terms of gameplay. Every new release is like a re-branded version. But still its popularity is high enough that the manufacturer is very ambitious about new games under the portfolio of Assassin’s Creed. Recent statements by the Ubisoft clearly suggest us.

Ubisoft Hopes to roll out more Assassin’s Creed Stories for up to 20 years

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The present interesting information tempted to Darby McDevitt, head writer of the Assassin’s Creed series. Few people expect that this cycle can quickly complete your life. But it looks like that will not accompany us for the next few or more, but even decades.

“We created 500, 600, 700 years of history, which we hope to present for the next 10, 20 years or more, as long as the series will be developed.”

The manufacturer wants to attach greater importance to the themes played in the present. In Assassin’s Creed: Unity, this element was not particularly extensive, which is the transition to the new generation of consoles and related to the greater amount of work. McDevitt and the other writers have been working on this side-project is so that “every future writer can say ‘I want to reference Juno again, or Minervaand see where she was at a specific date… and how far along was the First Civ-human war going.

As for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed games, McDevitt said that Brotherhood’sthe Brotherhood’s town of Monteriggioni may inspire present day sections of future entries:

That only came about because [we] were able to reuse Monteriggioni from AC2. So the future – and this is the plan – is to smartly reuse things so we can have a more robust modern day.

We’ll see if it will be seen as early as this year. The main arena of action in Assassin’s Creed: Victory is a Victorian-era London, but that does not mean that it will spend the entire campaign.


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