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For the first time since 2014, Assassin’s Creed abandons the PS4

Earlier today, Ubisoft officially revealed Shadows of Assassin’s Creedthe next big main entrance to the long-running stealth action franchise featuring devious assassins and evil Templars on a rampage through history. And for the first time in a decade, Ubisoft’s popular series is skipping the PS4 and Xbox One.

Let’s jump into our own Animus and return to the year 2012. This is the year Assassin’s Creed III was released on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC. This game didn’t launch on PS4 because… there was no PS4. Next year, in 2013, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (aka The Very Good Pirate) launched in 2013 on the previously mentioned platforms, but also arrived on the new PS4 and Xbox One.

Pre-order Assassin’s Creed Shadows: Best buy | Ubisoft


It therefore seems reasonable to think that ACIII This was the last time the franchise did not come to PS4 and Xbox One. But no, that’s not true! Oddly, in 2014 we had two Assassin’s Creed Games: Unit And Thug. Unit infamous launched with a ton of bugs on PS4 and Xbox One. But Thug only arrived on PS3 and Xbox 360, a sort of final farewell to these aging platforms.

Since then, for a decade now, all the great Assassin’s Creed the game was released on PS4 and Xbox One. Even last year’s fantastic Mirage launched on PS4 and Xbox One, consoles which are now more than 10 years old.

However, this streak ends in November with the launch of Shadows of Assassin’s Creed, which is only developed for PS5, Xbox Series X, PC and Mac. While I’m happy to see the franchise evolve and expand beyond what was possible on these older platforms, it’s a little sad to see the end of an era.

The O.G. Assassin’s Creed And Shadows I have that in common


And yes, before you yell at me online, I know that (almost) all major Assassin’s Creed the games eventually ended up on PS4 via remasters and re-releases. I know! But curiously, this brings us to one last fact: Shadows of Assassin’s Creed will soon be just one of two mainline entries in the franchise not to be playable on PS4.

The other? The very first Assassin’s Creed game released in 2007.

The game that started it all has never been remastered, remade, or even ported to platforms other than PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Technically, the 360 ​​version is playable on Xbox One and Series consoles. But as of today, the only way to play it on a PlayStation console is to dust off your PS3, ignore the noisy fan, and fire it up there.

Shadows of Assassin’s Creed will launch on November 15 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, Mac, and Amazon’s Luna streaming service. (Don’t laugh, it’s one thing.)

Pre-order Assassin’s Creed Shadows: Best buy | Ubisoft


News Source : kotaku.com
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