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Game news Assassin’s Creed: the future and the evolutions we expect
The Assassin’s Creed saga today represents more than 25 games in 13 years of existence. How could the saga evolve today? Panthaa delivers his ideas and his vision.
With its last three games that Panthaa calls “the bunch” composed of Assassin’s Creed Origins, Odyssey and Valhalla, the series has aimed to follow big names in the open world like The Witcher 3 and Breath of the Wild. For Panthaa, each of these games has changed the license in the right direction on specific points but each time loses an element that makes a good Assassin’s Creed.
He considers that gambling has now come to the end of a cycle. We now know the origin of the assassins and the Templars, we have information on the first civilization and the action-RPG system is now complete although it is not without flaws. But today the saga tries to do too much, especially in the exploration, the size of the map and that is felt even in the dialogues and the setting in scene.
While she’s made a timid return to Valhalla, the infiltration is still not convincing. Ubisoft failed to transcribe the sensations of the first episodes, where it was essential to be a discreet assassin to survive and carry out its missions.
Despite the flaws, the saga was able to recall the scriptwriting bases and give meaning to its identity. The context has never been so favorable for a remake of the first episode because the plot of Desmond against Abstergo is completely topical. So according to Panthaa, it’s time to refocus on a game with more writing and storytelling and not just wanting to inflate the lifespan at all costs.
By Wuzi_, Writing globelivemedia.com
Brent Dubin, known as the Gaming Giant among Globe Live Media staff, is the chief Gaming Reporter for Globe Live Media. Having attended all the major events of Gaming around the World, he is sure to give you exactly the update related to gaming World you are looking for.