Hello, all, I'm baaaaack! We're in a lull now, waiting for new comics to drop, but here are some whispers of news for you!
- For those of you who liked the moves, sequels
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set in 1930s Chicago the protagonists is in the Mafia he uncovers a plot by the templers to take over the city
players can utilize automobiles and weaponsRead more >
To celebrate the release of the film Assassin's Creed, we brought Assassin's Creed to NZ and gave people an experience of a LIFETIME. To be part of the action but with an added twist. This is how it went down.... http://bit.ly/2hB4P2K #AssassinsCreedMovieNZRead more >
So, the Assassin's Creed movie released a couple days ago. I hope lots of you have gotten to see it. Unfortunately, some of us (including myself) haven't, so please be kind in IRC with spoilers!
In the meantime, here's some interesting tidbits:
- There'll be a couple books to release alongside the film -- hope you enjoy reading! That is, if you didn't already have it.
- There was a publicity stunt with another live, unwired Leap of Faith. Check out this footage.
((Pssst: if you liked the movie, it might be part of a trilogy...))
Happy holidays, Assassins! Enjoy the film release, and see you all in the new year (or IRC, 'cause that's a thing too)!
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I had to recently re-install AC Unity and faced a huge problem. The resolution is locked at 1280x720. I tried editing the .xml file, and it didn't help. I tried editing the .ini file and it didn't help either. Re-installing the game again didn't help too. I looked the problem up, but all the results are about the ratio issue. I found only one person who has the same problem and nobody has replied to the guy since 2014, and the answer he got was both dissapointing and made me want to off myself for seeing such stupidity. My PC can't handle Unity on the best settings, but it used to run fine on low settings. Please, if you have any idea how to fix this stupid problem, tell me.Read more >
Hello, all, this is DarkFeather, your friendly neighborhood Rafiq. The Assassinews blog has taken a turn for the quiet, and I'd like to take it up again. Hopefully some of you will find interesting new things here, and we can spark some discussion.
So, we have a film coming, as (I hope) many of you know. Some interesting tidbits from the same:
- In the tradition of the games, historical sequences are being shot in Spanish. The game will release when it's ready, so all we can hope for is a better release cycle (more bug-free than Unity's, for example) and a caliber of game we haven't seen since Assassin's Creed II.
I'll be posting back each month with what news I've heard, seen, and found. Hopefully it will be an interesting read. As always, ple…Read more >
I've been thinking about this for a while, since we haven't had any significant closure to the stories of Connor, Shay, Arno, or Aveline for that matter, and it seems that Ubisoft doesn't plan on providing it anytime soon. Though it is not complete, my theory (I call it a theory and not a hypothesis because I believe there is enough evidence behind it; I call it mine because to my knowledge I am the first to come up with many of its aspects) explains many events in the story of the Assassin's Creed franchise.
After the events of Assassin's Creed III, Connor returns home to the Homestead from his trips to New York City on Evacuation Day and to Kanatahséton when he found out that his people had moved westward. He ponders what the fr…
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well. I found this while I was searching for something:
Should we change the dialogue to main quotes using these?Read more >
Since there's no images of the enemies of Rogue, I tried to search for some renders and found this: http://sculpto.blogspot.pe/2015/11/assassins-creed-rogue-gameplay-soldiers.html.Read more >
Hello, all! I came across some new, decent fan videos.
- Assassin's Creed: China, despite having an overlap with Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China in name, has some nice choreography and classic WW2-framing of the story.
- Assassin's Creed Renegade is potentially an up-and-coming modern-day storyline, akin to Initiates.
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