There are two Assassin's Creed titles this year. You wanna play both, right?

Ubisoft has published a new gameplay trailer for Assassin's Creed Rogue , the installment designed specifically for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. This one features an Assassin-turned-Templar, Shay Patrick Cormac, as the main character.

The gameplay trailer below shows off pieces of the game's story, the enemies Cormac will face, and the brutal takedowns he'll have at his disposal. This is one of the bloodier AC trailers we've seen, which immediately gives the game a slightly darker feel. The video also showcases some of the wildlife we'll find, which includes polar bears and whales, so stay alert out there!

Lastly, as this game focuses once again on naval combat, we get a peek at that as well. Assassin's Creed Rogue launches alongside its next-gen counterpart, Assassin's Creed Unity , on November 11.

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bigrailer19
bigrailer19
6 years ago

Why does this game seem more intriguing than Unity. I wish they would just keep it simple to one game a year if they are going to do this annual stuff. When you start releasing 2 a year for different generations I feel like I'm missing out because this game looks great.

I thought I heard that unity got delayed? Maybe not.

Lord carlos
Lord carlos
6 years ago

It did but only by a week or two,now both are out on the same day!!

Norrin Radd
Norrin Radd
6 years ago

Do what I am going to do – wait 6 months to play Rogue on the PS4.

Lord carlos
Lord carlos
6 years ago

After AC Revelations i hated the control scheme of AC 3 plus the changes to the targetting system & i swore off AC forever!….but i caved when i heard about the open sea's of AC4 which is f*#king awesome,i've since gone back to AC3 now that i'm more use to the UI & i have to say its not as bad as i thought.
Looking forward to Rogue!!!


Last edited by Lord carlos on 9/5/2014 1:02:06 PM

Corvo
Corvo
6 years ago

MY trips through Walmart on the weekend are more bloody and gritty than Assassins Creed games.