“Tom Clancy’s The Division” and “Assassin’s Creed Victory” release date are rumored to come October and December respectively should the reports be proven true.
Is Ubisoft trying to redeem its reputation?
Webhallen , a Swedish retail store, said that the “Assassin’s Creed Victory” release date is scheduled for December 2015.
Not too long ago, when the “Assassin’s Creed Unity” was released, a video was leaked that later on was confirmed to be “Assassin’s Creed Victory.” Here’s the video.
Darby McDevitta also talked with Cinemablend and revealed some information about the “Assassin’s Creed Victory” story.
“We always plan to have more modern day but we have to be really smart about how we do it.
There was a plan for a little more modern day in Unity.
A plan; nothing that was actually cut,” said Darby McDevitta.
Darby McDevitta continued, “The thing with Unity was that it was a completely fresh game on a completely fresh generation.
So creating any kind of modern day is a pretty huge ask.
To create a city, for instance, or even part of a city, would require six months of work by many, many artists, designers, modellers.
And then you’d need gameplay systems that didn’t feel like you were just fencing.” Meanwhile, another of Ubisoft’s much antipated game, ‘Tom Clancy’s The Division’, is said to be released on October.
IMKPOP claimed that Ubisoft is aiming to release “Tom Clancy’s The Division” for PS4 and Xbox One in October 2015.
However, no official announcements has been made yet so take it with a grain of salt.
Should this be proven true, Ubisoft might probably be trying to redeem themselves as fans were none too pleased when the promised early 2015 release date was pushed back to 2016.
“My sources can confirm that The Division would be available by October,” wrote Cyberland.