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I'm pretty excited to see what this game is like. It seems the team was aiming for a BOTW type of experience the last we saw from this title.



     

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Props to Ubisoft, the only major publisher that is willing to consistently invest in IP that's not a proven winner.



Is it just me, or is Ubisoft releasing a lot of games in a very short span of time?

Watchdogs, AC, and this game all at the end of the year...then Far Cry not longer after the new year starts. Something is bound to get lost in the mix of things.



Angelus said:
Is it just me, or is Ubisoft releasing a lot of games in a very short span of time?

Watchdogs, AC, and this game all at the end of the year...then Far Cry not longer after the new year starts. Something is bound to get lost in the mix of things.

Don't they do this just about every year though?



VAMatt said:
Angelus said:
Is it just me, or is Ubisoft releasing a lot of games in a very short span of time?

Watchdogs, AC, and this game all at the end of the year...then Far Cry not longer after the new year starts. Something is bound to get lost in the mix of things.

Don't they do this just about every year though?

Do they? I honestly don't know. It's just stuck out to me this year.



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Yeah, it's definitely an Ubisoft thing to have a very loaded Q4, only 2019 was kind of weak for them:

Q4 2020 they have Watch Dogs Legion, AC Valhalla, Immortals: Fenyx Rising, and Just Dance 2021, 4 games.
Q4 2019 they had Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Just Dance 2020, 2 games.
Q4 2018 they had Brawlhalla, Just Dance 2019, Starlink, and AC Odyssey, 4 games.
Q4 2017 they had AC Origins, Just Dance 2018, South Park The Fractured But Whole, Wheel of Fortune, and Jeopardy, 6 games.
Q4 2016 they had Steep, Watch Dogs 2, the AC Ezio Trilogy remasters, Just Dance 2017, and Rocksmith 2014 Remastered, 5 games.
Q4 2015 they had AC Syndicate, Rainbow Six Siege, Just Dance 2016, Just Dance Disney Party 2, and Anno 2205, 5 games.



shikamaru317 said:

Yeah, it's definitely an Ubisoft thing to have a very loaded Q4, only 2019 was kind of weak for them:

Q4 2020 they have Watch Dogs Legion, AC Valhalla, Immortals: Fenyx Rising, and Just Dance 2021, 4 games.
Q4 2019 they had Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Just Dance 2020, 2 games.
Q4 2018 they had Brawlhalla, Just Dance 2019, Starlink, and AC Odyssey, 4 games.
Q4 2017 they had AC Origins, Just Dance 2018, South Park The Fractured But Whole, Wheel of Fortune, and Jeopardy, 6 games.
Q4 2016 they had Steep, Watch Dogs 2, the AC Ezio Trilogy remasters, Just Dance 2017, and Rocksmith 2014 Remastered, 5 games.
Q4 2015 they had AC Syndicate, Rainbow Six Siege, Just Dance 2016, Just Dance Disney Party 2, and Anno 2205, 5 games.

A lot of these games don't really compete in the same space though...hell some of them I've never even heard of.

Releasing 4 AAA games within like 5 months seems like an aberration to me



I missed AC Odyssey, but I did hear a lot of good things about it, so if this is a kind of AC Odyssey meets BOTW type deal, I'm totally here for that.
Also, does the new character design remind anyone else of Kameo?



Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.

It looks neat, but you lost me at Ubisoft. I wonder how they'll try to screw the game's customers? A purposefully brutal grind you can buy your way out of? Uplay account mandatory? Made by sex monsters? I'm with you on the name @twintail.



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COKTOE said:

It looks neat, but you lost me at Ubisoft. I wonder how they'll try to screw the game's customers? A purposefully brutal grind you can buy your way out of? Uplay account mandatory? Made by sex monsters? I'm with you on the name @twintail.

Ubisoft stopped doing that stuff a few years ago.  The last two Ass Creed games, for example, have among the least intrusive monetization schemes of any AAA games in recent memory.