Assassin’s Creed is getting an anime. Now, now! Before you bark and gnash, bark and gnash. Let me tell you. It’s being produced by the same man who had a hand in Netflix’s Castlevania series, as well as cult favorite Dredd.
I am *so* fucking ready for the next Far Cry, friends. And we are going to be getting one in the next (fiscal) year.
Hey, AssCreed fans! I heard you like boats! Well, motherfuckers, the next Assassin’s Creed, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, got some fucking boats, and is set in Egypt.
Whatever the consternation regarding the quality of The Division, it didn’t stop the title from becoming Ubisoft’s highest selling launch day game. Ever. This is particularly impressive, given that Ubisoft has crushed it with their Watch Dogs, and Assassin’s Creed launch days.
For the first time in a hot fucking minute, we’re not getting an Assassin’s Creed this year. Ubisoft has laid out its plans for fiscal year 2016-17, and there were no assassins to be found. There was, however, a sighting of a Watch Dog (2).
You know, I got AssCreed: England for Christmas, and I’ve been wanting to play it. Seems dope. But, you know, Fallout 4 happened. Is happening. Seemingly forever. But even though the latest installment interests me, I think UbiSoft is doing the right thing in taking a year off from its Flagship Franchise. And Egypt? Cool.
What do you think?
Mikael AssBender is going to be in the official adaptation of the UbiSoft game, AssCreed: Annual Annualization Profit. Here’s a first look at him in AssCreed garb.