Starting March 20th, Assassin's Creed: Rogue will launch on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 in native 1080p.
Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered was created by Ubisoft Sofia, the same studio that developed Assassin's Creed Rogue to begin with. It's coming to PS4 and Xbox One (with Pro and X enhancements) on March 20. Rogue Remastered will run in 4K on the beefier consoles with better environment rendering, visual effects, and textures than the original PS4 and Xbox One models.
Upon release, Rogue was praised for its interesting lead character, enjoyable story, and new weapons. But the big question now is whether the series will go back to being a yearly franchise, or if Ubisoft will allow subsequent games more time to breath.
The 18th-century Assassin's Creed title will also come with all of the previously released DLC for the game, including the Armor of Sir Gunn and the Siege of Fort de Sable. Two new pieces of DLC, "Master Templar" and "Explorer" will offer up new customisations and outfits including Bayek's legacy garb from Assassin's Creed: Origins.
The big difference? You're playing as a baddie Templar hunting down Assassins - the only game in the series where you can do this. Assassins Creed Rogue is notable for its ties in to both Assassins Creed 3 and for leading right up to the events in Assassins Creed Unity.
Naval battles return, but they play out slightly different than the ones in Assassin's Creed: Black Flag. Players will be hunting down their targets in the handsome city of New York City to Wild River Valley and toward the North Atlantic. With Assassins Creed Rogue being somewhat of a transitional title a lot of gamers have wanted Ubisoft to release it on Xbox One and PS4 and that is finally going to happen.
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