Assassin’s Creed: Unity has recently been released, but Ubisoft is already preparing a new version. Now, leave Paris for London, but the scenery is just as beautiful.
The Assassin’s Creed in London is called Victory for the time being and will take place in the 19th century, in the Victorian era. The new version will be developed by the Quebec studio and not Montreal, as Unity, and the change should be seen in the gameplay. In Assassin’s Creed: Victory, the main character will be able to move faster, using a hook to catch various elements hanging from the ceiling, and vehicles such as the train will be the perfect means to quickly disappear from the scene of an assassination.
Assassin’s Creed: Victory could use the same AnvilNext graphics engine used for Unity and will be released from the beginning for PC, Sony PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Consoles such as the Sony PS3 or Xbox 360 may be skipped by this release. Assassin’s Creed: Victory is set to be released in the fall of 2015, Kotaku reports.
Is Assassin’s Creed: Real Victory? Well, Ubisoft officials have sent a comment to several publications saying that it is unfortunate that the studio lost such important information. “While we appreciate the enthusiasm that people have for our games, we are sorry for the fans and the development team that such information has reached the press,” Ubisoft said. Until AC: Victory, the company said it was working to improve Unity.
Regarding Assassin’s Creed: Unity, we have a review on the site for it. “We have here a game that brings some novelties in terms of design that the series really needed. It also does it with a superb action setting. Unfortunately, it is done with the technical execution of a hippopotamus driving a Mini Morris on ice, downhill, in flames, effectively forcing everyone who bought the game to pay for the beta test of the 2016 Assassin’s Creed game “- full article you are here.