Ubisoft, we need to talk. Assassin’s Creed is dead. No, listen Ubisoft, it’s dead. No one buys the series anymore: look at the following graph.
Are we on the same page now? Good, because workrevolt can save the franchise and make it profitable for the first time in 20 years.
Imagine Miami, the 1980s. Neon floods the streets, the Cold War has finally ended and Thriller is bumping out the radio. Maybe the Berlin Wall falls this decade, but assassins still exist…and they are in Florida. There’s only one man that can stand in the way of these silent killers: Apollo Creed.
Welcome to the world of Assassins vs Creed.
In this open world adventure, the player is Creed stalking the stalkers. With help from his buddy Rocky, he gets intel on where assassination attempts will go down. Before he thwarts the act he must gain intel on the target and killers by going to the library and researching the mysterious past of the murderers.
What he discovers is that the rabbit hole goes much deeper than just a few killers. He finds an entire organization that must hit the mat: the Illuminati.
You go 9 rounds with this dark entity taking out each Assassin with elite boxing maneuvers such as jabs and uppercuts until they are finally down for the count; bringing out the champion Assassin for the heavyweight belt of life.
Giving people a relatable and lovable character such as Creed will not only create empathy for the player in game but instill love for America, too.
You love America, right, Ubisoft? Land of the free and home of the brave. Brave like Creed.
Assassins vs Creed: The Brave coming this November.
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