Earlier this week the trailer for Naughty Dog’s long awaited game Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End was finally released.
As per, the award winning game developer did not disappoint with the trailer hitting all the right marks for fans. Except there was a slight problem with the trailer’s content, more specifically it turned out some of the footage used was from another game.
Accusations ran riot on social media until Naughty Dog themselves admitted that they had indeed used some artwork from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed. The detail had been spotted by Ubisoft employee Azaïzia Aymar who took to social media and declared:
“I get the ‘thief’ title now!”
Ouch! Turns out it was all an innocent mistake and Naughty Dog apologised for the error by releasing the following statement:
“In our eagerness to get the story trailer out we made a regrettable mistake and didn’t thoroughly vet the art work used for an in game painting. We’ve already updated the trailer. We hold all artistry in high regard and take full responsibility for having allowed this to happen. We want to sincerely apologise to everyone at Ubisoft, the Assassin’s Creed team, the original artist, and our fans.”
We doubt that this ‘mix-up’ will have any detrimental effect on the launch day sales of the game.
Here’s a lavish cinematic trailer for Ubisoft’s forthcoming title Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, due out in November for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
The premise of the game centres around your character Shay Patrick Cormac, an Irish Assassin who now acts as a hunter of Assassins. Its understood his story will be linked to the next gen game Assassin’s Creed Unity due out in October.
To promote their forthcoming game Assassins Creed: Unity at this year’s Comic Con in San Diego developers Ubisoft have constructed a parkour driven obstacle course for people to use, allowing them to get the real Assassins Creed experience.
As the video shows above you’ll be able to traverse, and run across obstacles using just your raw athleticism to conquer each section of the course. There’s just one hitch, the vast majority of those who will take part will likely be gamers…so, yeah…raw athleticism.
(via Assasins Creed Experience)
Chart a course for HERE to see the entire collection of screenshots.
Just to confirm all the wild rumours over Ubisoft’s next installment of the highly successful Assassin’s Creed franchise, which were swirling about the Internet this week, the game will indeed be set in North America during the American Revolutionary War as these glorious screen shots demonstrate.
Other details have emerged which include the following:
- The new protagonist is called Connor Ratohnhaketon who is half English and Native American.
- He was raised by Mowhawks.
- You can climb and leap from trees and mountain cliffs.
- The game is set between the years 1753 – 1783 and is centred around the cities of Boston and New York.
- You can hunt and kill a variety of different animals.
- The English red coats are the enemy.
If you want to know a lot more about the game head over to Computer And Video Games who have a comprehensive list of all the finer details. Although this looks like a welcome change of pace for the game we can’t help but compare it to Red Dead Redemption.
(image via Games Radar)
This is the picture which has sent millions of Assassin’s Creed fans into a frothy, nerdy mess. It was leaked online earlier today and features the titular character of the Creed gaming franchise in Native American garb, complete with tomahawk and musket.
This image comes on the back of Internet rumours that the next installment of the series, (Assassin’s Creed 3), will be set in the 1700s, possibly involving the American Revolutionary War and will be located in North America, due to the snowy setting depicted in the picture. If these rumours are true and the leaked picture is genuine then it would seem that the Creed franchise is set for a very ‘revolutionary‘ change…sorry, we just couldn’t resist.
(via Games Radar)
UPDATE: The picture is indeed genuine and the setting. Ubisoft have just released the box art on their Facebook page, which confirms all the Internet rumours.