Seems like the game really benefited from the extra year off they took. Franchise fatigue I’m A Christian I Am Not Perfect I Make Mistakes I Mees Up shirt a growing problem for a lot of yearly franchises, especially single-player ones. I hope they wait another year or two before releasing another Assassin’s Creed game after this one. Keeping in mind every new installment still becomes the best-selling game of its respective year, I wouldn’t say anything has killed the CoD series. But sales have dropped significantly, and I would agree that that’s in part due to franchise fatigue. It’s basically the Madden of FPS. Very fun to play but every year is a reset and all your previous work is gone. At least with CoD, you get new maps and a single player.
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I think it’s a bit unfair to call it the Madden of FPS. 12 years ago (fuck me it’s been that long) ESPN 2k5 released and was still better for almost a decade. There’s at least competition in the FPS genre, with a plethora of innovations. Madden has no competition and little innovation from year to year. To say CoD is as stagnant as Madden…that just boggles the mind. I’m A Christian I Am Not Perfect I Make Mistakes I Mees Up shirt of the NCAA series really showed how complacent Madden is and continues to be. I’m hoping the year they took off shows in the sales… I’d hate for this game to bomb and devs think “see?! We gotta keep pushing them out! Stay in the population’s mind!”
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Don’t think they are gonna wait another extra year. The team that shipped Unity is now likely almost three years in, so it would I’m A Christian I Am Not Perfect I Make Mistakes I Mees Up shirt 4 years of dev time, just like Origins, if they release Fall 2018. All teams benefitted from the extra year. If you read the reviews instead of numbers, you’d see they have all the same problems and pitfalls of every AC game. The combat is a bit better and there’s some RPG stuff shoehorned in there but it’s still the exact same fucking game. I skipped AC since AC3 (which I actually really liked, just got burned out from the games), maybe its time to take a look again. Is there any way to catch up on the story and lore that has happened in the meantime?