At the EGX gaming expo which took place a couple of days ago, Ubisoft revealed a solid twenty minutes of game play of Assassin’s Creed Rogue.
The demo video showed a brief glimpse into the game and it is now available for the general public on YouTube. The video confirmed to us that missions will be really open world in the game and it definitely shares too many similarities with Assassin’s Creed Black Flag. In the previous game, you had the opportunity to play a pirate who turns into an assassin. The new Rogue introduces you as an assassin who turns into a Templar for some untold reasons, which we can know with the full version of the game and he’s now cruising the seas to dominate the others.
Abstergo Plays a Huge Part
With the list of achievements that got revealed, we also managed to confirm that Assassin’s Creed Rogue will have a strong set of missions set in the fictional corporate office Abstergo. The achievements and trophies list has been released online which confirmed this news. The concept is very similar to the one used in Black Flag. You will be given a chance to roam in the wide area of the Abstergo Corporation as an employee there and when doing so, you will have to complete certain tasks as well.
Some of them will be like repairing computers that will reveal hidden story details. Confirmed information reveals that there will be Abstergo challenges, ship upgrades, forts and the 100 percent synchronization, which is possible only if you spend a whole lot of time in the game.
In Assassin’s Creed Rogue, you will have more achievements to unlock as well, including the ones when you successfully destroy icebergs, harpoon narwhal and so on. Each one of them sounds interesting and if you have enjoyed Black Flag, you are sure to find a similar experience with this game.
Assassin’s Creed Rogue is coming only to Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, whereas it is Assassin’s Creed Unity that has been scheduled for Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC. However, a recent Uplay leak claims that there is a version heading to PC soon. If it all goes as planned, within a couple of months there will be a PC version available for those who don’t own an older generation console yet. We have seen a couple of games being swapped between platforms in recent times and it wouldn’t be surprising for Rogue to do it as well.