The story of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag continues

There was a time when it was Ubisoft His name rang better than it is today. It wasn’t that long ago, barely ten years ago. At that time, even the Assassin’s Creed series was more popular, and it can be said that it was already at its peak.

In 2013, the fourth part of the series, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, was released. This was a turn-on in more ways than one, as after three episodes, they’ve really delved into the gameplay and expanded it. In addition to the usual ground action and running on the rooftops, we also got full sailing, which the creators got a taste of only in the third part.

According to many, this was the absolute high point of the entire franchise, as it all started to go downhill. Ubisoft is still looking for a way to get back on top, one of its many years of projects is Skull and Bones, which has just changed from Black Flag’s spiritual heir to something like Live Service…

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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (PS4)

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (PS4)

We also tried the new generation version of the popular game.

The French publisher announced a few days ago that it was coming Assassin’s Creed: Forgotten Temple. This will be a continuation of the Black Flag story, but before anyone’s heart rate gets too high: This will be an online game, not a game. The Webtoon team has been entrusted with preparing it.

The Forgotten Temple will take place in the years when Black Flag’s protagonist, Edward Kenway, moves his headquarters to London as the main killer of the local fraternity. Edward will travel the seas of South Asia in the comic, where he will search for more Pieces of Eden. In another story, a Korean descendant, Noa Kim, will search for traces of the murderous brothers.

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The first five digital episodes of Forgotten Temple will be released April 24th exclusively on Webtoon. After that, we expect other shifts to happen every week. According to the plans, the creators are considering at least three seasons.

Jerry G

Jerry G
At the end of 2010, he joined the PC Dome article writing team, and a few months later he also worked as a news editor. Slowly, 15,000 articles written to his name were attached to the magazine, placing him at the top of the fictional platform.

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