Considering they've been making the same game over and over we'd think they would know what they were doing but with the incredibly buggy start of "Unity" I'd think I'd just prefer the pure development of gameplay and stealth apart from becoming a 'God of War that has slaughtered hundreds of soldiers in a minute with nothing but counters' cause you know- "Assassins".
Well the new Xbox mag it stated while they're working on the next watch dogs they're handing the next assassin creed to another unknown company as we know now. Hopefully they do something new, from chine, Japan, or maybe even more into the time line as the war of 1812, Civil war, ww1 and ww2. Cold war maybe. And I do hope they make it into 'use stealth or get your ass kicked' type of stealth game. That and enough with all this memory crap.
And Unity, I believe they took all this out and was buggy was because of the new Co-po and customization. Plus I think they may have focused a lot more on rouge.
Yuan Dynasty China with Red Turban Rebellion (Fight Mongols) or China 1600s-1700s Qing Dynasty(Fight Empererors and Foreigners) or Feudal Japan (Samurai and Stuff)
I would choose Japan, but I’m pretty sure Ubisoft would go with Qing Dynasty China or Mongol.
Desmond ain’t asian, so this would go well with a different character. Ubisoft should really do some Asian stuff. Elements for a game with this work: -Naval battles/Travel with junks and torch funnels (torch funnel: flamethrower's ancestor) (Asian Black Flag…sorta) -Excellent for scaling cities, now with curved roofs -More adaptive/controlled combat in certain situations (Like those duels or martial artiness) -More variety for weapons, both ancient melee and foreign made firepower. Mix ninja with pirate. -More ninja stealth -River Battles on riverboats -Disguises (Nobleman, Servant, or Peasant) -Poison -Chinese Assassin’s actually don’t use hidden blades (AC: Embers); instead, they use poisoned throwing needles. In the game, they should have both hidden blades AND throwing needles -Synchronize with “wanted”-papers. This was used in 1800s though, but I think its ok.
I am still completely surprised that we didn't get a Assassin's Creed game set in China or even Japan. The visuals of these lands are breathtaking. But even though it hasn't happened, I'm more than thrilled with your art . It's so beautiful, your art is filled with such wonderful details and a marvelous painting style.