Fans of the Assassin’s Creed universe will find it to be getting bigger and better in the upcoming days, weeks months, and even years as Ubisoft has revealed all-new media for the franchise.Continue reading
Ubisoft has confirmed that their free-to-play title, Hyper Scape, is currently in development, and Twitch Drops will give fans a chance to participate in the Technical Test today through July 7th, 2020. Here’s everything we know.
Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic that has been ravaging the world, Ubisoft has a way for you to spend some quality time while self-isolating. What is it you might ask? Getting to experience the 2018 smash-hit title Assassin’s Creed Odyssey as a free-to-trial title this weekend only.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey delivers one of its strongest story elements yet through the Fate of Atlantis, giving players a chance to meet the Gods who once oversaw and protected humanity itself, however, was the adventure itself worth the endeavor? Find out today in our review.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Fate of Atlantis – Episode 1: Fields of Elysium is the first entry in the latest batch of DLC and takes us to never-before-seen places to meet unimaginable friends, partners, and even ghosts of the past. Let’s take a look and see if the DLC is worth the experience.
Ubisoft has announced that the second post-launch story arc for their critically-acclaimed Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, The Fate of Atlantis, will begin starting next week with ‘Fields of Elysium’.
As the third and final piece of the Legacy of the First Blade story DLC comes to an end, as does our review for the Legacy of the First Blade trilogy and our adventures with Darius, Natakas, The Order, and Kassandra for this part of their story. Now, it’s time to review it, and include a few story-based spoilers (you’ve been warned).
The Legacy of the First Blade – Hunted, is the first part in a multi-episode DLC that tells the origin story behind the renowned assassin tool named the Hidden Blade. But, the question is, does the DLC captivate us as much as the base-game itself? Let’s find out in our review.
Three years have almost passed since the launch of For Honor by Ubisoft Montreal. As the second year begins to wrap things up, Ubisoft is well underway preparing the third year for even more content for fans to enjoy.
Today, Ubisoft has revealed that on June 11, 2019, the Assassin’s Creed Symphony will kick off their worldwide tour. Dates and locations have all been revealed. Here’s everything you need to know.