Following up on the last batch of class-specific trailers for Ubisoft’s For Honor, a new trio of trailers has launched to show off another three warrior classes, one each from the Samurai, Knight and Viking factions.
Okay so maybe Assassin’s Creed II, Brotherhood, and Revelations aren’t the best Assassin’s Creed games ever. I mean, Black Flag and Rogue were absolutely phenomenal. But out of all the assassins in the series, Ezio Auditore da Firenze is arguably the most interesting, and definitely the most charismatic.
Which is great, because all three games that star him will soon be headed to PS4 and Xbox One in the form of a bundle officially titled Assassin’s Creed Ezio Collection. The games will roll out with “enhanced graphics,” and launching this November. Full details and announcement trailer below.
Just enough time has passed for me to start forgiving Ubisoft for the superbly disappointing Watch Dogs. At least they’re making Watch Dogs 2 seem a whole lot better than the first.
There’s a new gameplay trailer making the rounds, and it’s pretty hefty at over 19 minutes. In it, the game’s animation director gives us a detailed look at some of the new and improved features coming to Watch Dogs 2, like better hacking, better driving, better multiplayer, BETTER EVERYTHING.
It’s 2019. More than a decade has passed since the events of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, and our erstwhile hero, MARK IV CYBERCOMMANDO! REX! POWER! COLT! has inexplicably absconded his world saving duties, leaving it up to his kids Roxanne and Slayter to blow up the commies and win Vietnam War 4 instead.
In an article over on Eurogamer, it’s been revealed that Watch_Dogs 2won’t feature towers that unlock more of the map. This has been a staple of Ubisoft’s open-world games for some time and has often been criticised. That’s not all that’s changing in the hack-’em-up sequel either.
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