Ubisoft is doubling down on the Murderer’s Creed franchise, with upcoming video games like Murderer’s Creed Mirage and the upcoming Murderer’s Creed: Codename Crimson and Codename Hexe, however it appears they’re additionally including a significant remake to their slate. In accordance with Kotaku, Ubisoft is prepping a remake of the fan-favorite pirate-themed Murderer’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
At this level, it’s unclear to what extent Murderer’s Creed IV will probably be remade. Will or not it’s extra of a remaster, with upgraded visuals, however comparable gameplay? Or will it search to develop the content material provided by the unique sport not directly? We’ll have to attend and see.
One factor which will trigger concern, is that Kotaku believes Ubisoft Singapore, the group behind the embattled pirate-themed sport Cranium and Bones, will probably be “heavy concerned” within the improvement of AC4 remake. Presumably, authentic AC4 creators Ubisoft Montreal can even have their hand within the remake, as they appear to the touch virtually each large sport Ubisoft places out, however they produce other large initiatives on their plate.
Talking of Cranium and Bones, Kotaku studies Ubisoft Singapore is bearing down on the challenge forward of the sport’s closed beta, with staff returning to in-office work and being inspired to work additional time with provides of free meals and different perks.
After all, take these Murderer’s Creed IV rumors with a grain of salt for now, however Kotaku doesn’t often report authentic rumors except they’ve pinned down their sources. With Ubisoft actually needing a win, it could make sense to revisit certainly one of their most beloved video games ever, and whereas Ubisoft Singapore has struggled to get Cranium and Bones out the door, they do have a whole lot of expertise with the naval fight key to Murderer’s Creed IV. At this level, I’m cautious about something Ubisoft does, however I feel I’d be up for a return journey to the Caribbean.
What are your ideas on all of this? Would you be involved in tackling Murderer’s Creed IV? Or would it not be higher if Ubisoft dedicated its assets to new issues? And what do you consider Ubisoft Singapore’s potential involvement?