Backlog looking a little low? Good, because this week’s Humble Bundle is filled with Ubisoft goodness, both old and new.
You name it, 2016 has it. From action to fantasy, prepare for a bumper year of games that’ll have your fingers blistered with joy.
Assassin’s Creed Chronciles is still miraculously alive, with the remaining two instalments racing to launch very early next year.
Ubisoft have finally delivered an Assassin’s Creed PC Port that works for the majority of the time rather than the minority. Even if still not perfect.
We’ve played through the opening bits of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate on PC, and it seems Ubisoft’s port can swinging the framerate counter wildy in any direction.
Who’s the best assassin? Who wore the wrist-blade best? There’s only one way to find out: With extreme amounts of violence and parkour.
Assassin’s Creed: syndicate on PC uses Nvidia’s Gameworks. Does that mean PC gamers can expect the game to launch broken on their platform of choice?.
Planning to give Assassin’s Creed Syndicate a stab on PC? The specs have emerged from their haystack, removing the stealthy surprise from launch day.
Some Assassin’s Creed Syndicate fans aren’t happy with the idea of top hats over hoods. SO much so, that they’re demanding change.
Last year, I felt like a Nostradumbass, trying to divine the location of dozens of puzzles in Assassin’s Creed Unity that were linked to the infamous fraud. But this year, there’s a whole new set of secrets to find in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate! Cue the teeth-gnashing and sweaty palms, because these secrets all serve a purpose. Namely, a chance to dress Evie (The best part of Syndicate) up in some swanky new threads, the Aegis armour.
This year, the Assassin;s Creed franchise swings back into action with a Cockney flavour set in the heart of England’s Industrial Age, as players tackle a story starring the Frye siblings. So, is it any good then guv’nah?
Vivendi has taken an interest in Ubisoft, and CEO Yves Guillemot is not ready to lose the company’s independance to people he believes don’t understand how to create success.