Assassin's Creed III Features Hinted At By Surveys

By Pete Haas 4 years ago discussion comments
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Though they just released Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Ubisoft is already looking ahead to Assassin's Creed III. A new survey provides some clues on what to expect from the game.

The Global Market Insite survey (via Eurogamer attempts to gauge gamers' interest on a number of new features. Here are the features mentioned:
  • An upgrade to the assassin's blade that increases the fluidity and speed of free-running
  • An enhanced Eagle Vision: see the patrol paths of guards, spot clues to complex navigation puzzles, detect when characters are lying during interrogations, etc.
  • An intuitive crafting tool that lets you create custom bombs from dozens of ingredients found throughout the game world
  • Tactical use of a variety of bombs suited to unique contexts and situations (smoke, poison, flash, explosive, etc.)
  • An additional objective where you and your Assassins guild fight against the Templars to gain control of a city, district by district
  • Playing as a new Assassin, in a different historical time period
  • A continuation of Ezio's story as the leader of the Assassins, set outside of Italy
  • Deeper connectivity between all the Assassin's Creed projects (eg. an action you make on the Facebook game will impact your game experience on the console; events that you read about in the comics will be related to the storyline of the videogames, etc.)
  • Online Cooperative Mode
  • Offline Cooperative Mode
  • The availability of new maps for the Multiplayer
  • A choice of additional Multiplayer characters with new skill-sets
  • Playing new Multiplayer modes
  • A deeper team-based Multiplayer experience (guilds / squads that have common objectives, new tools for clan management, etc.)
  • A customization of the Multiplayer experience (logos, avatars, objects, team names, etc.)
It's a bit disheartening to see that they're considering another game with Ezio. They ran out of story for him with Assassin's Creed II; he wanted revenge on the Templars and got lots of it. Even bringing him back for Brotherhood was excessive. With all of his personal issues resolved, he's really just a blank slate. The only thing separating him from Assassin's Creed's Altair is that he's kind of a pussy hound.
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