Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag remake is to be out soon as per Ubisoft
We already know that Ubisoft does not hesitate to squeeze its main franchises with multiple video games over the years. The Assassin’s Creed saga is one of them, and to its credit, some games have fallen in love with the community. Few thought at this point that the French company was going to embark on a remake of this title, but it seems that we will sail the seas again in Assassin’s Creed Black Flag.
Kotaku has reported exclusively that Ubisoft has already started working on a remake of Assassin’s Creed Black Flag, one of the video games that fans have liked the most. Two anonymous sources, who are familiar with the plans of the French company, have indicated that the project has started recently, so it is in the early stages of development.
In this way, the arrival of this game on the market will take place in several years. It has also been reported that a team from Ubisoft Singapore will be heavily involved in the development of this remake, and interestingly this studio has been tasked with modernizing the franchise’s ocean tech over the years. At the moment Ubisoft has not commented on it.
The parallelism of Assassin’s Creed Black Flag with Skull & Bones
Whenever a Skull & Bones gameplay or trailer was shown, players were reminded of Assassin’s Creed Black Flag due to its pirate component. The development of the game is being hell, and Kotaku points out that Ubisoft is trying to polish the game before the arrival of the closed beta at the end of August on PC. What is known about its production is that workers are forced to go to the office and cannot do their work from home.
Employees would also be offered breakfast and dinner, which also implies that they would be working a few extra hours. Likewise, from within Ubisoft, the possibility of turning the Skull & Bones proposal around and betting on cooperative exploration and melee combat has been discussed.