Assassin´s Creed: Revelations Cheats
This. Scotland would be awesome but not sure there enough there for them to make a full game out of. It would be amazing if they like, i dunno AC: generations or something like that and hop all over the world following a string of memory sequences from close ancestors.
Cant believe they wouldn't do France during the revolution or the Huguenot thing. Another great setting for me would be India during the British Empire (lots of wonders to climb up, have you seen AOE3?)and the addition of the East India company would be beyond amazing.
Then there's prohibition era new york, Russia during their revolution or Peter the great era.......
even though i hate to say it, you're right. It had no correlation to the story, and it just meant u could horde gold keeping the game open....
IMO I think taking out the shop management and throwing in a larger scale town defense (the assassin's den defense from AC:R) to progress the town would be better.
Just streamline it more and then i can get back to the core gameplay and would be less like 'assassins go shopping in Istanbul' lol
Ps what's with breaking the armour sets up between memory sequences they should hack that out pronto
Well it was gonna be a trilogy right? Then they span 2 out in 3 installments so revelations is the last segment of the second part so the next character would be the third installment. They could just do about as many as they want though i mean its pretty much their flagship game now.
I believe the new protagonist is going to be called Julian or something, not a particularly inspiring name (neither is Desmond to be honest, sorry all you Desmonds out there!) but it's fairly ambiguous so it could be a Native American name, American or British.
This period of history, which the whole series is founded on, with some liberties taken, is a very exciting time, full of political intrigue, upheaval, betrayal and world changing to some degree so there are lots of possibilities for a diverse and rich setting, I just hope that they don't lose sight of what made the whole Assassins Creed experience what it is and maintain a level of story, plot and environment that we all enjoy about this series, though I'm doubtful as they seem to have become a touch more formulaic as the series has progressed.
If we can have the same richness and variety of AC 2 without too much of the distractions from AC:B and AC:R and stick to what they're good at, then I am certainly going to be waiting in anticipation for this next release.
I'm sure we can all expect some serious marketing, hyperbole and teasers from Ubisoft after the 5th of March when they release more details about AC 3.