Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is the latest installment in the popular Assassin's Creed franchise developed by Ubisoft Montreal. This action rpg game is set in the golden age of piracy starting in the year 1715. This game is a sequel to Assassin's Creed III and just like in previous games, the action switches back and forth between the present and the 1700s. The player takes on the role of Edward Kenway, a British pirate who was trained by the Assassin Order and who is also the grandfather of the two playable characters in Assassin's Creed III.
The piratical hunting grounds of the Caribbean is vividly recreated for the player to explore and plunder. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag allows the player to begin an open exploration of the world early on in the game. There are fifty locations for the player to explore, both on land and on the sea. As players pillage and loot their way through the game, they can explore islands, jungles, ruins, underwater wrecks, and small villages. There are also three main cities that the player will venture into, each under the influence of a different power. Havana is under Spanish rule, Nassau is under pirate rule, and Kingston is under English rule.
The sea itself is a huge part of the game in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. The player has their own ship, the Jackdaw, that they will use to sail around the Caribbean. Naval combat is heavily featured and the player can engage in naval combat and even board another ship to take her cargo. Players will be able to use a spyglass to examine other ships in the distance and gauge their combat strength and cargo carried or to view islands for game and specific features. The player's ship can also be upgraded throughout the game, making it stronger. In addition, the player can recruit others to his piratical cause, giving him access to additional muscle.
There is more action than just cutting throats in this rpg, even though all the great combat of the previous games is found here. Players can search underwater for sunken treasure, hunt animals both on land and at sea, and even meet famous historical pirates such as Blackbeard and Calico Jack. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is playable on a wide range of systems such as the PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and the Wii U. Players can square off in multiplayer when they're tired of the normal pillaging and plundering, but multiplayer is restricted to land-based combat. So raise the Jolly Roger and set sail for some assassin style gameplay in the golden age of piracy.
File Size :
Free to play :
If you have a different opinion than our reviewer please leave a comment!
Graphics Card :