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Project Legacy: What Happened?

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The world of Assassin's Creed is so cool because it spans the whole of the globe and the whole of history. There are so many stories to tell about Assassins and Templars from so many different historical settings.

Ubisoft recently released Assassin's Creed: Memories which is an ok game. The game is mediocre in my opinion but what's really cool about it is that it has introduced a few new Assassins from entirely new periods.

Examples:

William of Cassingham and Robert Fitzwalter from medieval England Hattori Hanzo from Japan's Sengoku period And I'm sure there are many more to come.

The problem with Memories is that whilst it has introduced some new Assassins to us, it's quite limited in terms of telling us about the lives of these characters. That's why I propose that Ubisoft bring back Project Legacy or create something similar which is able to tell the stories of the Assassin Templar war across time. Project Legacy was awesome because we found out about all these new characters in new settings quickly and it really fleshed out the universe. I think the franchise would benefit from something similar. It could also help Ubisoft map out and strengthen the overarching story of the franchise. (i.e. they can reference in a game characters that exist in another area or existed a 100 years or so before the game's setting, and then later when we find out about these people it won't feel like they were just added on later - like Shay being absent from AC3).

What do you guys think?

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