Ubisoft Apparently Sending out Surveys About Future Assassin’s Creed Games and Name Drop Nathan Drake
Assassin’s Creed III may only have released a couple of weeks ago, but it seems Ubisoft are sizing up fans’ opinions on a potential sequel. Irish gaming site The Gaming Liberty has got their hands on what they claim to be a survey that the publisher is conducting, with regard future AC titles.
There are numerous questions within the survey including ones that ask if you’d like to see more of AC3’s lead character, Connor – in the same vein as Ezio, who appeared in his own trilogy, within the larger Assassin’s Creed trilogy. Another topic that Ubi addresses is fan outcry for more/less Desmond in upcoming Assassin’s Creed games.
In the survey, the publisher also asks the survey-taker if they’d purchase a new AC game, next year, which is a little puzzling as the franchise is pretty much annualised at this rate. A co-op mode is also mentioned, allowing friends to join your single player campaign at random intervals.
Among all the questions, the most exciting/disappointing, depending on how you look at it, is where Ubisoft asks the complying person to rate Uncharted: 3 Drake’s Deception on a scale of 1-10. A game that’s published by someone else, and developed by another team. Maybe Ubisoft is considering to include a bit more of Nate’s bombast in future Assassin’s Creed titles.