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The high seas may not be one of the places Assassin’s Creed goes to next 3 Places That Should Be Used In The Next Assassin’s Creed Game 3 Places That Should Be Used In The Next Assassin’s Creed Game There’s plenty of history to roam, and examining other parts of the world might inspire new ideas. Here are three settings that could take Assassin’s Creed in a new direction. Read More in our wishlist, but hey, we’re not complaining as long as it’s coming to our phones and tablets. Assassin’s Creed: Pirates is here, folks, and it’s got “brutal naval combat, Caribbean exploration and an epic quest for legendary treasure.”

You won’t be playing as Ezio Auditore (who Dave wants to hang out with in real life 5 Video Game Characters I Wish I Could Hang Out With In Real Life [MUO Gaming] 5 Video Game Characters I Wish I Could Hang Out With In Real Life [MUO Gaming] Have you ever wondered what it would be like to meet up with your favorite video game characters in real life? There are some really cool characters in the video game world, and some of... Read More ) or any of the main franchise protagonists. Instead, you will be playing as Alonzo Batilla, a captain of a ship in the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy. As Batilla, you need to recruit and manage your crew, upgrade your ship, and get into real-time naval battles. The gameplay is not even close to the stealth-action tactics that the Assassin’s Creed series is known for. Here’s a demo:

If you like those graphics, that’s because Ubisoft has built a new mobile engine for the game with moving waters and lush islands. The downside is that this makes it a pretty resource-intensive game and you’ll need a high-end mobile device to run it perfectly.

So climb on board and set sail in your quest to claim La Buse’s treasure. And hey, you’ll even come across some famous buccaneers like Blackbeard as well as Assassins and Templars in your journey.

Assassin’s Creed: Pirates is available for iOS and Android for $4.99.


Source: Gamasutra

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  1. Anuj S
    December 14, 2013 at 7:56 am

    I would have liked this better if it was also an addition to the PC version of the game.
    But neglecting that factor, it seems that Ubisoft has taken a major step ahead in mobile gaming with this one. :D

  2. bben
    December 9, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    While this does look like a fun game - It looks to me as if Ubisoft is using the Assassins Creed name to push a game that doesn't actually fit into the Assissins Creed concept at all. Just a marketing gimmick to sell more games to gullible fanboys. This will probably work - this time. But could hurt sales of a real Assassins Creed game in the future.