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Genre: Action-Adventure, Stealth Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
System Requirements INTEL CPU: Core i5 2400S AMD CPU: Phenom II x4 940 Nvidia GPU: GeForce GTX 470 AMD GPU: Radeon HD 5850 RAM: 4GB OS: Win Xp Vista SP2 Direct X: DX 10
About This Game
THE GOLDEN AGE OF PIRATES
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag begins in 1715, when pirates established a lawless republic in the Caribbean and ruled the land and seas. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted international trade, and plundered vast fortunes. They threatened the power structures that ruled Europe, inspired the imaginations of millions, and left a legacy that still endures.
THE CARIBBEAN AT THE DAWN OF THE 18TH CENTURY
The fullest Assassin’s Creed world ever created. Stand among legendary pirates such as Blackbeard, Calico Jack and Benjamin Hornigold, as you establish a lawless republic in the Bahamas and relive the truly explosive events that defined the Golden Age of Pirates. From Kingston to Nassau, explore 50 unique locations where you can live the life of a pirate. Captain and customize your own ship, search for lost treasure, hunt rare animals and loot underwater shipwrecks.
Into this world sails a young, cocky, and fearsome captain named Edward Kenway. His skill with a sword and disdain for authority earn him the respect of pirate legends like Blackbeard, but thrust him into an ancient conflict that threatens to destroy everything the pirates have built.
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About 60% of the game will take place on land; players can explore 50 locations ranging from fisherman villages, plantations, jungles, forts, islands, Mayan ruins and exotic Coconut Islands. Furthermore, there are around 75 beaches and sandbanks, which can hold various treasures and marooned sailors to add to Edward’s crew.
Other activities include hunting, harpooning and exploring underwater environments. The game aims to blend between its land and aquatic experiences seamlessly, to the point where players can simply dive off Edward’s ship, swim to the shore and explore the land, as well as dive under the surface to loot underwater ship wrecks. Ubisoft also mentioned that ‘exploration is the key’ and would be the focus point in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
View Points will also return in Black Flag. As in the previous games, View Points have to be synchronized so as to reveal information about an area and its surroundings. Further, they will also serve the function of fast-travel locations.
Black Flag’s combat has been upgraded to include free aiming. While previous installments relied on the game’s built-in auto aim, in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, players will be able to just aim and fire, similar to third-person shooters.
Dual-wielding weapons has also been implemented, with Edward being able to carry four flintlock pistols and be able to use them all together, chaining up to four gunshots into a combo of attacks to take down more enemies. Aside from the pistols and his Hidden Blades, Edward can equip dual cutlass swords and chain their attacks together. Other weapons include a blowpipe with multiple effected projectiles and rope darts. Accompanying this, the stealth system has been stated to return and to be encouraged in the game. Full-on underwater combat system has also been developed for Black Flag, including animals such as sharks and whales.
The game will also include naval combat, with 40% of the story taking place on the water, which includes numerous side missions. After checking out a ship with Edward’s spyglass from the Jackdaw‘s crow’s nest and evaluating the information and statistics, players can launch an attack using various scenarios; one can simply shoot the opposing captain, board the ship by leaping from mast-to-mast and performing an air assassination, or charge into the fray to cut down foes using Edward’s swords. Once the captain of an opposing ship has been killed, players will have three choices – release the crew to gain crew members, send the ship to Kenway’s fleet or salvage the ship to repair Jackdaw. Players will also be able to exploit weather patterns, luring the opposition into less than ideal conditions such as dynamic storms, to their advantage. Naval combat also features a trajectory-based aiming system that requires knowledge of distance and the speed of an enemy.
Players will also be able to upgrade Edward Kenway’s vessel – the Jackdaw – through pillaging, taking over enemy ships and completing missions, granting the Jackdaw with new weapons and abilities. Of these, weapon upgrades include round shot, heat shot, chain shot, mines, mortars, swivel guns and a ram. Edward can recruit crew-members for the Jackdaw via side missions that include bar fights, and most importantly, through the battle missions, but the crew members are also expected to die in the game while braving storms and boarding enemy ships, forcing Edward to continuously recruit more members. The crew themselves can also be upgraded with new outfits, allowing for even more customization. The game will also have six different enemy archetypes at sea that all behave in vastly different ways and require the player to have different upgrades to deal with them.
Instead of Desmond Miles, the modern day portion will be centered around the players themselves, who act as “research analysts” working for Abstergo Entertainment and reliving the memories of Edward Kenway. The Animus will no longer constrain the players with its barriers whenever they attempt to interact with an environment the ancestor has not; instead tougher enemy ships will block the way, with the only way around them being to actually explore the world, and finding things that can go towards upgrading the Jackdaw. In addition, players will be able to connect with other players in the modern day, which will allow them to interact and share information with each other.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag will include many historical figures such as Benjamin Hornigold, Calico Jack, Anne Bonny and Charles Vane along with Blackbeard.
The notoriety system featured in previous Assassin’s Creed games was removed from Black Flag, as a “worldwide alert” for a pirate sailing between islands was deemed illogical. In its place, a system of pirate hunters will be introduced, with four tiers of increasingly difficult ships appearing to attack the Jackdaw depending on how many robberies Edward has committed.
The new “Horizon” open-world system will dynamically create side missions, such as merchant ships to rob, whales to hunt or pirates to rescue, dependent on an individual’s playing style.
Edward will be able to crouch in Black Flag, making him more discreet while tailing enemies. He can also take off his hood, depending on his surroundings.