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#1 Edited by Demoskinos (14578 posts) -

Due out in Ubisoft's finacial 2014 year (April 1st 2013- March 31st 2014) a new game has been confirmed to investors. All that has been revealed is that there will be a new setting and a new main protagonist. Rumors of a Brazil setting are floating around.

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#2 Posted by Fredchuckdave (5339 posts) -

Better be assassinating Lil Ze or I'll be disappointed

#3 Posted by joshthebear (2700 posts) -

No thanks, I'm good.

#4 Posted by iAmJohn (6110 posts) -

@joshthebear said:

No thanks, I'm good.

Yup. Assassin's Creed III told me everything I need to know.

#5 Posted by Bollard (5281 posts) -

Considering they fucked my good faith with ACIII, I sincerely hope this flops hard.

#6 Posted by mrfluke (5100 posts) -

they lost me in terms of the modern day setting. cause fuck that whole aspect of that series now.

but im still game for the history stuff, as brazil still sounds interesting

#7 Posted by Pr1mus (3824 posts) -

This is nonsense. They messed up with AC3 and now they're going for another within more or less a year with an all new setting and character? I mean if they decided to continue AC3 like they did with AC2 maybe they could fix it but if they're starting from scratch i'm not hopeful for something better. Not in that short a time. And realistically, even if they have two teams working on those, the A-team would be the one who made AC3.

#8 Posted by dekkadekkadekka (730 posts) -

Will they make this new one good?

#9 Posted by Blu3V3nom07 (4162 posts) -

I'm stupidly excited for the next AC. Multiplayer, next gen. All. I'd think it'd be cool if they did something like, 50 person rooms of people fighting each other, ala Chivalry. Other than that, I'm not very samert, I don't Really know what else they can do for NextGen Assassins. Brazil, and all that? ~ Sign me up!

#10 Posted by TheLighterDark (16 posts) -

I'm pretty much done with the Assassin's Creed series after Revelations and III, so this had better be really good if I'm going to buy it.

#11 Posted by JacDG (2114 posts) -

@joshthebear said:

No thanks, I'm good.

I've been "good" since the middle of Brotherhood.

#12 Posted by kerse (2101 posts) -

After ac3 I don't think I'll be getting it.

#13 Posted by cutyoface (541 posts) -

I'm pretty sure after the train wreck that is AC 3 that I am done with this franchise. So no thanks.

#14 Posted by JasonR86 (9611 posts) -

@joshthebear said:

No thanks, I'm good.

I was just about to write this.

#15 Posted by Demoskinos (14578 posts) -

I'm honestly surprised it took AC3 for most of you to jump off the train. I was off after brotherhood once I saw them doing a 3rd Ezio game.

#16 Posted by Bumpton (441 posts) -

@Chavtheworld said:

Considering they fucked my good faith with ACIII, I sincerely hope this flops hard.

You wouldn't rather it just be an awesome new game? That's a really weird viewpoint... Why would you want bad games?

#17 Posted by joshthebear (2700 posts) -

For me II was the high point of the series. Brotherhood was solid, but it didn't hook me as much as II did. Also, the ending of II is still a big mindfuck.

#18 Posted by ImmortalSaiyan (4676 posts) -

Oh joy. If they are making a game similar to 3 I have zero interest. Remember Assassin's Creed 2? That game was great.

#19 Posted by TooWalrus (13139 posts) -

I wish I got as excited about these announcements as I used to...

#20 Posted by SeanFoster (857 posts) -

This is one franchise in need of a nap. I'd love to see another game in the franchise but...not for awhile.

#21 Posted by Flappy (2139 posts) -

My AC experience ended after II. I have no regrets.

#22 Posted by Wacomole (815 posts) -

In Assassin's Creed 7 the period of history covered will be the 3 months before its release.

#23 Posted by Krullban (1023 posts) -

I thought 3 was pretty good.

#24 Posted by SathingtonWaltz (2053 posts) -

Seeing as ACIII shit all over the entire story and still managed to be a bad game I think I will remain cautious with this one.

#25 Posted by MildMolasses (3213 posts) -

@Demoskinos said:

I'm honestly surprised it took AC3 for most of you to jump off the train. I was off after brotherhood once I saw them doing a 3rd Ezio game.

I think most of us just hoped that they would tie it all together and really move forward with the ACIII. Unfortunately, aside from some awesome naval combat, it was mostly steps backwards. If they can't at least match Brotherhood in terms of gameplay and story, then they should just quit

#26 Posted by JTB123 (1046 posts) -

Nope, I'm good.

#27 Posted by gogosox82 (424 posts) -

Another game? I haven't even finished revelation yet : ( Man they need to give it a rest but i guess it makes too much money for them to stop making them.

#28 Posted by casper_ (901 posts) -

please stop

#29 Edited by OfficeGamer (1087 posts) -

I loved Assassin's Creed real nice, and AC3 sucked real nice. I'm done with Assassin's Creed so nice.

Nothing short of a radical and revolutionary overhaul of the game's very DNA (geddit) would make me play it. We've had enough of your pseudo open world, myriad of cutscenes and same stabbity stabbing, Ubisoft.

Also Desmond has to sacrifice himself and just DIE for the sake of this franchise.

#30 Posted by project343 (2812 posts) -

Been with them since the start, but I think I'm done with this yearly thing.

#31 Posted by Sparkul (37 posts) -

Oh man, can't wait to fuck up a chase sequence in a favela and have it not be my fault.

#32 Posted by LTSmash (604 posts) -

AC 4 should be set on the Moon, where you play as Michael Jackson-2065, The King of Pop having been cloned repeatedly. Oh, and he's a Templar.

#33 Posted by The_Ruiner (1018 posts) -

They can fix it all if they include ancient china and Kung Fu

#34 Posted by Aetheldod (3514 posts) -

Brazil??? No thanks man ... also Im glad I dropped the franchise at AC2

#35 Posted by ajamafalous (11866 posts) -

Man, this thread is way depressing to read through.

#36 Edited by pyrodactyl (1891 posts) -

@Chavtheworld said:

Considering they fucked my good faith with ACIII, I sincerely hope this flops hard.

It won't. You might think we have anything to say regarding AC sales numbers but with 10 million+ games sold, the regular Jo's of the world are the ones that buy this thing in mass and, talking to a few of those guys, they didn't have any problem with AC3.

#37 Posted by Brodehouse (9623 posts) -

I would rather play a 4th Ezio game than a sequel to 3.

I didn't like 1 AT ALL, and 3 just never took off (great reveal moment though). I'm beginning to think the only thing I like about Assassin's Creed was Ezio Auditore da Firenze.

#38 Posted by phantomzxro (1565 posts) -

@Demoskinos said:

I'm honestly surprised it took AC3 for most of you to jump off the train. I was off after brotherhood once I saw them doing a 3rd Ezio game.

Well at least for me i was really down on brotherhood because it felt like a cash grab in every way possible, but it surprised me at how it improved the few problems i had with AC2. Being rewarded for being more of an assassin rather then go here kill this dude, and i came around in believing Ezio was an assassin. Revelations was disappointing for being nothing new. Ac3 is just a mess of a game so yeah that better do something really grand.

#39 Edited by Sooty (8082 posts) -

I said no to Revelations and 3, will do the same to this unless they severely overhaul it.

- The combat is terrible (we'll just stand here watching while you kill us one at a time)

- They make you do tutorials for hours and hours of the games (why aren't these optional? you really need to explain basic mechanics in the 4th game?)

- No sign of the modern day shit going away, that part of the story is always the least interesting and to me just detracts from everything

#40 Posted by TooWalrus (13139 posts) -

@Demoskinos said:

I'm honestly surprised it took AC3 for most of you to jump off the train. I was off after brotherhood once I saw them doing a 3rd Ezio game.

I actually really liked that character and time period. I would have played those games even if the near-future aliens animus nonsense wasn't there. Revelations wasn't great... but at least I wasn't bored to tears. I actually liked playing as Old Ezio, but I realize that's not exactly a popular opinion.

#41 Posted by Bollard (5281 posts) -

@Bumpton said:

@Chavtheworld said:

Considering they fucked my good faith with ACIII, I sincerely hope this flops hard.

You wouldn't rather it just be an awesome new game? That's a really weird viewpoint... Why would you want bad games?

Because they took my money for a game that still won't run on my machine? Because they've done literally nothing to address the issues with their game that have prevented me for playing more than 3 hours of it? Because I'm never going to buy another game in that franchise again?

@pyrodactyl said:

@Chavtheworld said:

Considering they fucked my good faith with ACIII, I sincerely hope this flops hard.

It won't. You might think we have anything to say regarding AC sales numbers but with 10 million+ games sold, the regular Jo's of the world are the ones that buy this thing in mass and, talking to a few of those guys, they didn't have any problem with AC3.

I know, but one can dream.

#42 Posted by HatKing (5833 posts) -

Honestly, there have been more games in this franchise that have disappointed me than ones that haven't. Not sure why I bought the hype for ACIII and gave them another chance. I've checked out now. If this gets great reviews and addresses all of the issues that plague the series, then I might be back on board.

#43 Posted by MentalDisruption (1618 posts) -

Eh, they'll need to make one hell of a game for me to jump back on board.

#44 Posted by laserbolts (5314 posts) -

After 3 I have no interest in Assassins Creed. Apparently it took them 3 years to make last years bugfest of a game so doing this in 1 has me worried.

#45 Posted by believer258 (11672 posts) -
@Chavtheworld

@Bumpton said:

@Chavtheworld said:

Considering they fucked my good faith with ACIII, I sincerely hope this flops hard.

You wouldn't rather it just be an awesome new game? That's a really weird viewpoint... Why would you want bad games?

Because they took my money for a game that still won't run on my machine? Because they've done literally nothing to address the issues with their game that have prevented me for playing more than 3 hours of it? Because I'm never going to buy another game in that franchise again?

@pyrodactyl said:

@Chavtheworld said:

Considering they fucked my good faith with ACIII, I sincerely hope this flops hard.

It won't. You might think we have anything to say regarding AC sales numbers but with 10 million+ games sold, the regular Jo's of the world are the ones that buy this thing in mass and, talking to a few of those guys, they didn't have any problem with AC3.

I know, but one can dream.

They didn't take your money. You gave it to them.
You got an inferior product than the one you were promised, but you still gave them money for it.
#46 Posted by JZ (2125 posts) -

Well I'm back in new guy new place sold

#47 Posted by GrantHeaslip (1532 posts) -

I’m so far behind on the series that I probably won’t be in a position to play this game for years, but I hope it works out. It sounds like AC3 could have been better, but it wasn’t a disaster — its problems appear to be a result of it being rushed out.

#48 Posted by ImmortalSaiyan (4676 posts) -

@GrantHeaslip said:

I’m so far behind on the series that I probably won’t be in a position to play this game for years, but I hope it works out. It sounds like AC3 could have been better, but it wasn’t a disaster — its problems appear to be a result of it being rushed out.

I don't agree. The game is flawed is design.

#49 Posted by GrantHeaslip (1532 posts) -

@ImmortalSaiyan said:

@GrantHeaslip said:

I’m so far behind on the series that I probably won’t be in a position to play this game for years, but I hope it works out. It sounds like AC3 could have been better, but it wasn’t a disaster — its problems appear to be a result of it being rushed out.

I don't agree. The game is flawed is design.

If you think so, fair enough.

Either way, I hope this game turns out well. I’d ideally like to see them work on something (anything!) else, but given that they’re not in a financial position to give up a cash cow, I’d like to think they know what went wrong and how to fix it.

#50 Posted by mrfluke (5100 posts) -

@ImmortalSaiyan said:

@GrantHeaslip said:

I’m so far behind on the series that I probably won’t be in a position to play this game for years, but I hope it works out. It sounds like AC3 could have been better, but it wasn’t a disaster — its problems appear to be a result of it being rushed out.

I don't agree. The game is flawed is design.

Yep, PRIME EXAMPLE of this is that last fucking chase.........ughhhhhhh