It's being reported that Ubisoft are set to release two separate Assassin's Creed titles next year. But before you start rushing to the conclusion that Ubisoft are invariably milking the franchise a little bit too much, hear the proposal out first:
One will be for what are now termed last generation consoles - presumably the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 - whilst the other will be solely for the now current generation platforms - the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One - which will allow for better optimisation for the respective platforms.
There's no word on where the PC and Wii U fit into all this, however, other than that the site goes on to say that "this does not mean the Wii U was left out, the source simply didn't clarify platform specifics."
Examiner are also reporting that their source claims the series is "under a massive re-scope" going forwards, so big changes could be afoot for the Assassin's Creed franchise.
A very odd message has appeared for some Skullgirls users. The message reads: "What is the square root of a fish? Now I'm sad." Confused and intrigued...
23 days ago
The official Watch Dogs Twitter account recently teased the following image: The obvious conclusion to be drawn from it is that Camden, New Jersey would...
15 days ago
A lawsuit has been filed against Sony Computer Entertainment America by Californian resident Douglas Ladore over the PlayStation 4 game Killzone: Shadow...
Pokemon X & Y released worldwide on Saturday to the joy of millions - 4 million of whom purchased the game within the first two days. However, some of...
8 days ago
When Ubisoft's The Crew was first announced in 2013, it was originally touted as a next gen racing game from the makers of Test Drive Unlimited and its...
Last year, mentions of both Half-Life 3 and Left 4 Dead 3 were found in Valve documentation. Now it seems one former employee is confirming both games...