Assassin's Creed franchise

the basic premise of the assassin’s creed franchise is SO cool and an assassin’s creed movie could have a ton of potential but, just like the games, it looks like the movie is gonna be pretty lackluster and disappointing


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The End of Assassin's Creed

Although the franchise has still a way to go, Ubisoft has confirmed that Assassin’s Creed already has a defined end.


The French company will not rest at any time, transforming it into an annual series despite the risk of overexploitation although the end of Assassin’s Creed in sight

For better or worse, we discovered that, Ubisoft already has in mind what the end of Assassin’s Creed is. Althought the end will not come soon, not at all. In fact, having already defined the closing stages of this particular franchise gives the developers the opportunity to suit the game to what the players want.

The end of Assassin’s Creed is still far away and at this point we find it unthinkable to imagine what it will be.


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It’s official, no Assassin’s Creed this year

Ubisoft in a blog post has confirmed that we won’t be seeing a new AC title this year and are working on improving the franchise. I’ll miss my yearly collecting of things and stabbing people but it’s a good thing that Ubi is taking the time to make something special. 

This year, we also are stepping back and re-examining the Assassin’s Creed franchise. As a result, we’ve decided that there will not be a new Assassin’s Creed game in 2016. Since the release of Assassin’s Creed Unity, we’ve learned a lot based on your feedback. We’ve also updated our development processes and recommitted to making Assassin’s Creed a premier open-world franchise. We’re taking this year to evolve the game mechanics and to make sure we’re delivering on the promise of Assassin’s Creed offering unique and memorable gameplay experiences that make history everyone’s playground.

"Literally EVERY Assassin's Creed protagonist is a white guy"

Altair I'bn-La Ahad,

Syrian, and was born and raised in Masyaf, known for being one of the greatest assassins in the history of the order, if not the greatest. Brokered peace between the Crusaders and the Saracens, and dethroned the corrupt Al Mualim and became master of the order during the 3rd Crusade.

Protagonist of Assassin’s Creed, and Partial Protagonist of Assassin’s Creed Revelations.

Ratonhnhaké:ton, A.K.A Connor Kenway, a member of the Kanien'kehá:ka tribe, a faction of the Iroquois Confederacy, Fought against injustices on both sides of the American Revolution and revived the order in the Colonies, after his Templar father Haytham all but eradicated the Order.

Protagonist of Assassin’s Creed 3

Aveline DeGrandpre, of African and French descent, freed slaves in French-Controlled New Orleans

Protagonist of Assassin’s Creed Liberation, and some DLC in Assassins Creed 4

Adéwalé, Born on a plantation in trinidad, a much more morally sound assassin than his contemporary Edward Kenway, and a more skillful pirate to boot. Involved in the Maroon Rebellion from 1735-1737

Protagonist of Assassin’s Creed 4: Freedom Cry DLC

Shao Jun, a 14th Century Chinese Assassin and the protagonist of the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China