Is Assassin’s Creed staying forever?

Assassin’s Creed Unity was announced recently, so now Assassin’s creed is officially an annual game. We all thought that with the ending of Desmond’s story, the franchise will end, too. But we were wrong. After Assassin’s Creed III, came Black Flag, and after it Unity will come. So it wasn’t about Desmond, It’s clearly about what gamers want. We all love Assassin’s Creed and we want one every year and Ubisoft is giving us what we want.

The thing is, are we going to want Assassin’s Creed forever? Or are we going to get bored? And if we want Assaassin’s Creed, will the guys at Ubisoft keep making good ones or will they run out of ideas?

Assassin’s Creed is one of the greatest franchises ever, but AC III wasn’t that good. Connor’s story was lame (and kind of personal), Connor was unlikeable and the setting wasn’t beautiful or fascinating. Gamers were like “Yeah, no more Assassin’s Creed
specially after Desmond died. But Ubisoft saved the franchise with Black Flag with the awesome Edward Kenway, the beautiful setting and the cool pirate theme. So gamers were like “OK, more Assassin’s Creed!!!” So Ubisoft gave them Unity.

Ubisoft‘s vice president of creative Lionel Raynaud recently said that they (Ubisoft) would be very “stupid” if they don’t give gamers Assassin’s Creed every year because “They want Assassin’s Creed every year”. So as long as we want it, Ubisoft will give it to us.

I love Assassin’s Creed and I want it to stay forever and be set in my country one time. But I also want a story and a protagonist (outside the Animus).

If we want Assassin’s Creed to stay forever, then it satys forever. Because….Everything Is Permitted

-Mohamed Sherif


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