Assassins Creed 4: Ubisoft’s insight on next-gen and existing consoles
According to Assassins Creed 4 Creative Director, Jean Guesdon, the upcoming game is expected on both next-gen and existing consoles, therefore, Ubisoft are inclined to inform fans of the differences. From what we understand Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag is the title of the game, which will support next-gen console features, so we are intrigued what the differences are and whether they are drastic.
It seems that the next-gen version will have improved graphics and physics, although many fans feel this is to be expected, which will also bring new connected features to give users the opportunity to benefit from using a “Single Connected Player“.
In a brief article on Gaming Bolt, they document Ubisoft’s explanation about the differences and the chance to make use of gamers a solo experience, which will “benefit the presence of a huge community.” They also show a trailer of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag that gives us reason to believe the ship scenarios from the previous title has inspired a pirate orientated title with a new protagonist, although we are still waiting to see what this entails.
In addition, some new PS4 controller specific features will be revealed at a later date, and this could be prior to the E3 event. To see the Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag trailer we have embedded it below the post to see what reactions this gets from our loyal readers.
While some gamers are not overly taken by the benefits of a huge community, there are many that will make the most out of this feature, so what are your views on this?
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