If this game keep going to the most famous period of a country, it may still visit French when Napoleon Bonaparte show up. And then we have British industry revolution.
Can you name any famous Japanese period? This series is too popular in the west to be based on any Eastern countries. Maybe a portable game.
Well I missed the big GI reveal, but I gotta say I like everything I've seen and read about the game. Really encouraging stuff. Revelations was super disappointing so I really hope it's actually true that they started development right after AC2 wrapped up. Someone should ask them if Desilets was involved at the start before he left.
-The cities have a lot more subtle detail now in terms of ambient things that happen.
-You can now leap over wagons or slide under obstacles, including navigating over and around moving objects. The free running stuff also has you jumping through windows to trees and then on top of church roofs. Basically, expect the free running stuff, but more fluid and presumably generally closer to the ground.
GameInformer said:Game Informer gets lots of questions about the images that grace our cover each month. Where do they come from? Who are the artists? Who writes the headlines? We were extremely happy this month to unveil two beautiful covers announcing Ubisoft's Assassin’s Creed III. On top of a fantastic wide-release cover, we also obtained a special edition cover image created by Alex Ross.
Here’s how it all comes together.
GameInformer said:The massive Ubisoft studio in Montreal is not only the center for production on Assassin's Creed III, but also the directing hub for all books, novels, and films relating to Assassin's Creed. We gathered together the brand content manager for the series, the writer and the creative director for Assassin's Creed III, and Game Informer's Matt Bertz to talk about what it is like to manage the complicated Assassin's Creed lore across all media. To learn more about the specific process of writing Assassin's Creed III and ensuring that it is as historically accurate as possible, click here to watch the bonus portion of this interview on our YouTube page.
Check out the video below to hear how the lore for Assassin's Creed is created and managed, then stick around to hear the team discuss the potential of playing an Assassin in feudal Japan or World War II.
Assassin's Creed III
After weeks of rumors, leaked art and teased information, Ubisoft invited a handful of journalists over to its offices to finally see Assassin’s Creed III in action. It was pretty amazing, and the stuff that happened in the wilderness alone was… oh, but we can’t tell you. Not just yet. As much as we want to gush over every detail right now, Ubi only showed it to us on the condition that we not reveal anything until later this month. So be sure to check back here again around, oh, say, March 26 if you want the full story.