Assassin’s Creed, a series famous for jumping between the present and the past (via ancestor memories) has featured several eras including the crusades, the renaissance, and the American Revolution. We’ve even seen our deadly assassins as pirates. Yes, pirates. The world of swashbuckling swindlers served as a setting for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. I mean, as cliche as it sounds, what’s more exciting than a pirate adventure riddled with conspiracy and the everlasting battle between the Templars and the Assassin brotherhood?
Since it seems like there are more Assassin’s Creed games than people can keep up with these days, our own Joshua Quail is here to fill you in on what you missed by not playing Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. Find out just what happens to Abstergo’s motives after the cataclysmic ending of Assassin’s Creed III and why an unnamed character is sent into the memories of Connor’s 18th century pirate grandfather Edward Kenway.
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