E3 2013: Assassin’s Creed IV : Black Flag Trailer

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Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag | oprainfall

Get excited Ubisoft fans, because their live E3 conference showed off a new trailer and footage for Assassin’s Creed IV : Black Flag, and it looks absolutely glorious! While retaining the same graphics and seamless, complex combat the series is known for, Assassin’s Creed IV will also include some intriguing new elements.

According to Jean Guesdon, this title will be a “Brutal pirate experience with epic naval battles and drunken chaos”. The game will be open world, and feature a ton of freedom to experience the world the way you want to, which embodies the pirate spirit of freedom, rebellion and adventure. Players will get to explore ancient Mayan temples and shipwrecks, while also finding treasure, raiding caves and engaging in heated naval battles.

Get ready for lots of dual cutlass action when this game comes out. Until then, enjoy the pretty new trailer!

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