#81: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

Boom! Assassin’s Creed is back again, this time in the pirate era.

Yes, you will be playing as Edward Kenway (familiar last name to you?); well it should be, he is the father and grandfather of Haytham and Connor Kenway!! They are calling it the Kenway saga!

Edward is a pirate trained by assassin’s in 1716/18th Century pirate age and you will be fighting naval/land battles more than ever against, you guessed it, The Templars.

With a whole new adventure, comes more innovation; there is now underwater places you can access; that’s pretty cool right? You can escape from battle easier then. Also a four gun pouch?!? Sucks for the Templars.

With Desmond out of the picture (too bad, I liked him); gotta play to the end of ACIII to find out what happens. Anyway, you, the player, will be playing as the modern day character as a animus tester for Abstergo Entertainment, off shoot of Abstergo Industries. I really wonder how that’s going to work though, since everyone can use the animus systems now. You will still continue with Desmond’s ancestry though, which is good.

That’s a lot of information, and there is stuff I’m probably missing, so go check out ubisoft’s website for ACIV or IGN or some gaming website to dig up even more details.

You will be able to kill the Templars once again on October 29, 2013 on Wii, Xbox 360, PS3 and next gen. consoles (hopefully they are out by then, i don’t want to wait for this game!!); PS4 for sure and I’m sure the next Xbox also once it is announced (Soon?)!!

-All information presented here was by memory-

Peace!

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By Trev Havel

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