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Is there anything left to reveal for Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag?

by Bill Hess on March 3, 2013


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Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag is due for a “World Premiere” tomorrow.  Well, it was due for a world premiere.  Following the leak of the new game’s new setting, protagonist, reveal trailer, and now screenshots, is there anything left for Ubisoft to “reveal” about the new Assassin’s Creed game come tommorrow?

The first trailer for the game hit the web yesterday morning, and the was subsequently uploaded to numerous file sharing services.  The video is still up on YouTube, so it’s obviously not worrying Ubisoft too much at this point.  Today, screenshots and artwork have arrived that were likely intended to be used in the previews for the game, which are due to arrive tomorrow.

From what we’ve gathered from both, Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag will be similar to previous games.  The screenshots and trailer indicate that many of the things that were introduced in Assassin’s Creed 3 will be returning in this pirate themed game.  Sea battles, tree climbing, and the Kenway lineage will be in-play.

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag World Premiere Trailer

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag Screenshots


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  • Allen

    I think this looks bad ass, I understand the hate for annual release games but it’s misplaced on this title. If this was on the same graphics engine and still took place in the same old setting and if the camera was locked on one stupid view all the time run and gun around then I would see how anyone would want to complain. But this…this is Assassins Creed. Keep em coming as long as you keep on innovating.

    • Allen the Gay

      I understand the hate for this title bu bu bu, it’s better. Go away.

  • mrhertz

    YES, IT DOES have something to be revealed!

    the revelation of pure greediness from ubisoft on exploring this wasted franchise. its time to stop Ubi… invest in another title, one thats new for instance.

    every story has an end. just like it was for mass effect, it is now for assassins creed.

    how they will justify 50 + sequels when everybody knows what happened in 2012? what now? ezio´s childhood, altair´s first big adventures?

    even hating annual releases, it can be barely understandable on COD, but not on assassins creed. get over it ubisoft, make something new.

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