The best Assassin s Creed

What are the Best Assassin s Creed games ? evaluate and that s why we asked you to each Main Line game on PlayStation consoles – a question that we, given the impressive reach of Ubisoft s open-world series simply can not answer alone. This article is the result of your reviews , with 14 different titles that are vying to become the best of the best.

To say it clearly, this is not a definitive list. The ratings and rankings can and will likely change over time as we publish the evaluation items each time when new Assassin s Creed games are published. Yet these are, according to the Cheats PS4 Community is currently the best Assassin s Creed games. Hopefully you will not regret your decisions!

14 . Assassin s Creed III: Liberation (PS Vita)

Assassin s Creed III: Liberation was originally published with Assassin s Creed III and is an often forgotten part of the Ubisoft series. The game puts you in the position of Aveline de Grandpré Рthe first female main character of the franchise. It searches the city of New Orleans to the members of the Knights Templar, which have all sorts of nefarious plans. The game also offers a unique mechanism, can contribute to the Aveline various disguises to go during certain missions Undercover.

13 . Assassin s Creed: Freedom Cry (PS4)

Originally an extension for Assassin s Creed IV: Black Flag, focuses Assassin s Creed: Freedom Cry to Adewale, Edward Kenways seafaring allies. The once enslaved Adewale embarks on his own journey to thwart the plans of the Templars in Haiti. The following is a brutal and bloody campaign in which the stoic protagonist against the slave trade and those who would immortalize him gathered.

12 . Assassin s Creed Rogue (PS3)

Assassin s Creed Rogue takes the blueprint of Assassin s Creed IV: Black Flag – with its naval and island hopper explorations – but it tells a darker story. Main character and a former Assassin Shane Cormac passes into the Knights Templar, and you have to actually fight during this morally weighted adventure against the Brotherhood.

11 . Assassin s Creed Unity (PS4)

Assassin s Creed Unity is widely regarded as a low point for Ubisoft s series – mainly because of the terrible state in which the game has started. Riddled with errors and performance problems on PS4 the technical problems of Unity have paralyzed an otherwise impressive sandbox title. During the French Revolution Unity s replica of Paris often plays amazing, and its history is full of political intrigue. Also worth mentioning are the surprisingly ambitious co-op missions and online components of the game, but they are largely forgotten by and large.

10 . Assassin s Creed (PS3)

Assassin s Creed, the title that spawned one of the most popular features of modern gaming, tells the story of Altair, a member of the Assassin Brotherhood. This original version combines a historic setting of the Holy Land with basic gameplay mechanics such as social stealth and the all-important hidden blade and laid the foundation for the extremely successful series of Ubisoft. It is fair to say that its sequels greatly improve the most attempts of Assassin s Creed, but here everything has always begun.

9 . Assassin s Creed III (PS3)

Assassin s Creed III broke away from Ezio and his daring escapades and was something of a new starting point for the sandbox series. The opening act of the game are extremely slow – a property that would draw a lot of criticism on himself – but this story of the American Revolution is a fascinating setting and some flashy story beats substantiated. Protagonist Connor Kenway is not the liveliest Assassins, but his stoic attitude suits the serious tone of the game. All in all, a somewhat divisive episode, but there s still fun – especially in this brutal battle animations!

8th. Assassin s Creed Syndicate (PS4)

First game of the series with male and female protagonists Assassin s Creed Syndicate came at a time, had to go to the Ubisoft on the safe side, after the heavily criticized launch of Assassin s Creed Unity a year earlier. Syndicate takes place during the Industrial Revolution in London, makes what (but very unhealthy) for a very rich and interesting backdrop. The leads Jacob and Evie Frye have the task to take control of the English capital for Borough Borough. Cue many skull cracking fistfights, Cockney accents and brutal stealth takedowns.

7 . Assassin s Creed: Revelations (PS3)

The third and final part of the Ezio trilogy, Assassin s Creed Revelations, shows an elderly Ezio, who is determined to learn the truth behind the once ancient organization he now leads. It is a darker, perhaps more serious story than the previous games, because Ezio deals with the violent legacy he will leave someday. Regarding the gameplay Revelations builds in many ways to its predecessors and introduces new tools like the hook blade and throwing bombs while promoting dynamic elements such as random world events.

6 . Assassin s Creed Valhalla (PS5)

In many ways, Assassin s Creed Valhalla like a mixture of Origins and Odyssey. As with Origins, the focus in this epic Viking Saga much more on the storytelling. But as Odyssey Valhalla relies heavily on advanced RPG mechanics as level-up, equipment, and skill trees. You play Eivor, one plagued by visions Viking warrior who leaves Norway to build a new home in England in the 9th century. With lush open world full of landmarks and secrets Valhalla is a real time sink of a game, but his story-driven acts offer some of the best characters and narrative beats throughout the series.

5 . Assassin s Creed Odyssey (PS4)

Assassin s Creed Odyssey is much more an open-world role-playing game than a traditional Assassin s Creed title. The second part of the open-world trilogy of the series, this ancient Greek adventure may overlook a large part of game design that has defined its predecessors, but it is undeniable that its interlocking RPG systems for a deep and captivating experience care for. Level up, loot, skill trees and random elements such as bounty hunting mercenaries play a role on a truly gigantic map. The story is not bad, because the protagonist Alexios or Kassandra embarks on a journey branched to learn the truth about his or her legendary bloodline.

4 . Assassin s Creed Origins (PS4)

A stunning replica of ancient Egypt is the setting for Assassin s Creed Origins – a game that Ubisoft s series has redefined. Origins went into a full open world and raised a number of RPG systems into the mix and breathed Assassin s Creed new life after Unity and Syndicate himself had tried to leave a lasting impression. Origins follows the surprisingly emotional story of Bayek, a determined mystics and warriors, the Hidden Ones founded with the help of his estranged wife Aya – the forerunner of which was to be a day for the Assassin Brotherhood.

3 . Assassin s Creed: Brotherhood (PS3)

As a direct sequel to the popular Assassin s Creed II refined Assassin s Creed Brotherhood, many of the gameplay elements that made popular II. Smooth fights, improved camouflage possibilities and excellent reproduction of Rome highlight Brotherhood. And of course, Ezio Auditore da Firenze is back – probably with more swagger – and this time he is the spearhead of the Italian Assassins Guild. Perhaps the most famous mechanics of the game is the ability these rookie killer both in and out of combat summon what really gives you the feeling that you build a brotherhood.

2 . Assassin s Creed IV: Black Flag (PS4)

It s a pirate s life for Edward Kenway, the charismatic but troubled protagonist of Assassin s Creed IV: Black Flag. Take control of your own ship and your crew, this is a superbly converted piracy simulation with some typical Assassin stuff as a supplement. An impressive Seekampfsystem makes exploring the high seas a real thrill, and it just never gets boring to climb imperial ships for some swashbuckling battles. Apart from these laborious evocation missions is a Black Flag Assassin s Creed title class.

1. Assassin s Creed II (PS3)

Assassin s Creed II is the game that Ubisoft s series has brought to the card. It improved everything has introduced its predecessor, with a deeper social stealth, combat and mission design. The story was also a hit, after the rise of the popular protagonist Ezio Auditore da Firenze. After his father and his brothers were executed and executed, Ezio embarks on a confusing quest for revenge against the Templars – a cult-like organization that seeks to control the society behind the scenes. With a brilliantly converted Renaissance Italy as a backdrop Assassin s Creed II a memorable and atmospheric PS3 classic remains.

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