Assassin’s Creed to be continued…

The chief at Ubisoft, Yves Guillemot, said in a press conference that a long series of assassinations will follow the first Assassin’s Creed game, as the game became really popular in a small period of time.Since it’s release it was sold in 6 millions copies which is, and I quote, “Better than expected”.


Assassin’s Creed – The trilogy.

Lately I kept hearing rummours about a trilogy being planned for Assassin’s creed, I love the plan, another assassin’s creed would be really nice right about now :D. The next Assassins’s creed will probably about a ninja in Japan in medevil time, and the third one should be about an assassin in Central America.

Ubisoft didn’t officially stated anything about the trilogy but I hope they will start the development as soon as possible.

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Assassin’s Creed System Requirements.

This are the unofficial system¬† requirements for Assassin’s Creed

I’ve already played the PC version so I know what I’m talking about.I had a few friends play it also.

I have a core 2 duo at 1.75 Ghz 3gb ram and ge-force 8800 GTS and it worked great in full detail.

A friend played it on a MacBook Pro with G-force 8600 at 128 Mb of rams and still worked pretty smooth on low details.

Another friend played on a Athlon X2 4200+ 2gb of ram and G-force 8500 GT with 512 Mb and it worked in medium details.

Minimum System Requirements:

– Windows XP or Vista
– 2 GB RAM
– Dual core processor (Intel Pentium D or better)
– 256MB Direct3D 10 compatible video card, or Direct3D 9 card compatible with Shader Model 3.0 or higher
– DirectX compatible driver
– DVD-ROM dual-layer drive
– 16 GB free hard disk space
– DirectX libraries (included)
– Vista compatible sound card
– Keyboard, Mouse
– Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller (optional)

Recommended System Requirements:

– Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo, or better processor
– 3 GB System RAM
– ATI HD2900 series, Nvidia GeForce 8800 series, or better video card
– 5.1 sound card
– Microsoft Xbox 360 controller
– Supported Video Cards at Time of Release
– DirectX10 compatible cards, recommended ATI HD2900 series, Nvidia GeForce 8800 series
– Direct3D 9 card compatible with Shader Model 3.0 or higher

I should recommend having a dual analog controller while playing, check out my post on Gamepads for more help .

Assassin’s creed.

Genre: Historic Action Adventure
Release Date: Mar 25, 2008 
Players: 1 Player.

Few nonsequel games are the subject of as much hype as Assassin’s Creed has been. While games like Halo 3 are expected to garner their share of the headlines, Ubisoft has done a great job of keeping Assassin’s Creed in front of gamers during the run-up to its release, whether by its secrecy about the game’s sci-fi storyline, its long-time silence on whether or not it would appear on the Xbox 360, or by the somewhat controversial decision to set the game in real cities of the Middle East during the Crusades, an era of history that has interesting lessons for today’s world.

Of course, it shouldn’t be implied that Assassin’s Creed is coming out of nowhere; it is, after all, developed by the massively talented Ubisoft Montreal studio, creators of the Splinter Cell and updated Prince of Persia games. It builds on the combat systems of the Prince of Persia games and melds them with next-gen graphics and a taut style of acrobatic, open-ended gameplay for a game that’s quite a bit of fun to play.

GameSpot’s Game Guide to Assassin’s Creed features the following items:

Combat Tips

Want to know how to survive those intense fights? Check out our detailed descriptions of the weapons and moves that you have at your disposal.


A full walkthrough for the game’s many assassinations.