The amount of videos Ubisoft has released for its latest tale of swashbuckling assassination is something of a running joke at this point. The publisher has offered new videos on an almost weekly basis, leading to an almost exhausting amount of information about the game. With Black Flag coming to current gen consoles next week (the PC version hits Nov. 19 in the US), The newest video stitches together the important bits of each trailer for your convenience.
Assassin's Creed IV
After months and months of uncomfortable silence and nebulous date ranges, Ubisoft has finally announced that the PC version of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag will sail into view around the same time as its next-gen console versions on Nov. 19.
ost of my attempts at stealth in previous Assassin's Creed games look like something you'd see in an episode of The Three Stooges. Sure, I'll mingle with a bustling crowd to pass a few guards, but something will always go awry, and I'll be left with a pile of bodies lying at my feet. But the latest gameplay video for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is doing its best to show how the overt can become more covert.
Ubisoft has spent an exorbitant amount of time showing off Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag's open world. We've seen video after video highlighting how much Black Flag has improved from its predecessor, to the point where we've sort of forgotten Black Flag has multiplayer. Luckily, we have some brand new screenshots to remind us of that fact.
Ubisoft has released yet another 13-minute gameplay video for its highly-realistic swashbuckling simulator known as Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. It’s hard to imagine Ubisoft having something new to show considering it could strip the videos it has made so far to make an Assassin’s Creed movie, but a few grains of new knowledge can be found if you look hard enough.
We’ve already seen an extensive amount of swashbuckling and pillaging from the latest Assassin’s Creed, but this is the first time the game’s director has sat down to talk shop about the game’s side missions.
Quit sharpening those make-shift hidden blades of yours, because it looks like you’ll need them to unmark your calendars. In an interview with Elder Geek, Game Director Ashraf Ismail confirmed that Assassin’s Creed IV will hit the PC a few weeks after its console brethren have released.
If anyone needed proof that Assassin’s Creed III’s naval battles were the best thing about that game, look no further than the two Assassin's Creed IV trailers Ubisoft showed off during its E3 presentation.