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Jason Schreier - Nert 4. Life for Assassin's Creed Infinity will still be a single player and story

Jason Schreier – Nert 4. Life for Assassin’s Creed Infinity will still be a single player and story

After the discovery of Pandora’s case, Jason Schreier Again to talk about Assassin’s Creed Infinity, The direct service evolution of the popular Ubisoft series. Not only did Bloomberg’s colleague confirm that the game was many years away, he also wanted to point out that the definition of “live service” did not mean that the game would be like a rule or anthem. In fact, it will maintain the structure Strongly describing single player Among its predecessors, it would be part of a larger universe.

In the last few hours, American journalist Assassin’s Creed has published this evolution for the series, which is an evolution that should revisit and restructure Montreal and Quebec studios.

However, this change will be less profound than many fear. In fact, the game formula is practically unchanged, and the “live service” attached to the program does not mean that the game will become a kind of rule. This series will become part of a less stable universe organized in and out of waterless boxes Sustainable evolution.

“As many have misunderstood, I would like to emphasize: Assassin’s Creed Infinity as a live service platform does not mean that it will be a rule or an anthem. There will be descriptive content to play alone in Assassin’s Creed style, but it should be a part of everything. Infinity,” Schreier wrote on Twitter. .

“Actually, if all goes well (again, we’re several years away from publication) they can experiment Small contents Assassin’s Creed without creating 500 hours of games each, as these small parts will continue to be integrated into the growing platform. And does not have to be suitable for annual release. “

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