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Is Assassin’s Creed V Set In Russia?

The official channel for Assassin’s Creed: Initiates Twitter account has recently been posting hexadecimal points that point to the next game in the popular franchise possibly being set in Russia. The first entry tweeted points to “north” and the second entry points to “east”. 4e6f727468 means North and 45617374 points towards a location near Moscow, Russia. Hopefully we won’t have to wait too long to find out where the next Assassin’s Creed game will be set.

Thanks, David

48 comments

  1. This franchise is clearly going down the drain. How can ANOTHER game be coming out?? 4 is still a very recent game.

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    1. Because there’s a game every year and no the series isn’t going down the drain seeing as how good Black Flag was!!!!!

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      1. Black Flag was good.

        But Brotherhood, Revelations & 3 were all piss poor.

        And Black Flag was mainly good because it was a pirate game, not an Assassins Creed game.

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  2. I’m totally stuck in the stupid Boston stage in Assassin’s Creed III. Man, I’ve been wandering around for days not knowing where the heck I’m supposed to go and what I’m supposed to do? I met Ben Franklin, then followed that guy on horseback to some place. Then ever since then, I’ve been lost. Found the underground one time and explored a bit, but I didn’t know if I was supposed to go there yet?
    If I don’t figure out what to do real soon, I’ll never buy Assassin’s Creed IV or V. Just can’t believe I’m stuck on the very first major stage.

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    1. AC 3 is a shit game. I found it dull, repetitive and slow. I hated Conner, and the section of history they chose was horribly tedious.

      But please, please don’t miss out on AC4. Its my Game of the Year, the story is interesting, apart from one part (SPOILER) which I won’t go into. The gameplay is made so much better by the setting, and the naval combat is outstanding. I cannot fault it apart from aspects of the story.

      Treat each game in that series individually, AC3 is a poor game, AC4 is fantastic!

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      1. Actually, I was really enjoying Assassin’s Creed III until I got stumped in Boston. It’s the first A.C. I ever played, and one of the rare moments when I gave a third-party game a chance.

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      2. Ok, maybe I exaggerated :D, it was reasonably fun at first, but I thought it did get slow and repetitive. If you are enjoying AC3 buy AC4. It is twice the game with more exploration secrets and better characters. The gameplay is also more refined. After going back to it from number 4 is what makes it seem poor.

        Also I would give more third partys a chance. Usually I stick to mainly first party games because I only had a Wii, but really third party games can be fantastic. I own more third party games on Wii u than first.

        Batman
        Darksiders 2
        ZombiU
        AC3
        AC4
        COD

        Its a mentality that I see a lot on these kinds of sites where nintendo fans refuse to buy third party games even if they are coming to the Wii U because they say that the games are crap. This is the worst thing because it paints nintendo fans negatively and turns third partys away. Then there are the others that buy it on their other console for various reasons, maybe the wii u version is gimped, cough Splintercell cough, and we get blamed for the poor sales and the cycle starts again. Basically what I’m saying is GIVE THIRD PARTY DEVELOPERS A CHANCE, they make some amazing games.

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    2. Look at the map, you’ll see a icon. That’s where you’re supposed to go. It took me a while to figure that out too.

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      1. I WAS looking at the map, but even following the unusual icons that I sometimes see on the map never led me to anything new. I found 4 pages of (what I presume was) Ben Franklin’s almanac. And I THINK I sent them by talking to some strange guy. But after that, I was lost.

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    3. The AC series is very straightforward. If you get stuck on something minor as what to do in a video game you might as well give up on video games since you can’t even use the internet to guide you….Ubisoft has done an excellent job in creating realistic settings for each historical period.

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      1. Umm, I’m not trolling. I’m just giving you my opinion that I’m 99% sure that Ubisoft will not be releasing this game on Wii U. Have you been listening to the noises coming out of Ubisoft lately?

        I’d rather this website focussed on games that are actually going to come to a Nintendo console is all I’m saying. I have no interest beyond that, that’s why I come to a Nintendo news site rather than a gaming news one!

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      1. Each entirely different from each other but you Xbots are more blind than a blind man in an orgie…

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    1. Honestly black flag was magnificent but mostly as a pirate game, it was certainly a risk to go in the pirate genre but ubisoft did it and it payed off big and spun some freshness on the game but the game could have been a game changer if they made it a stand alone title, the black flag series, imagine a re imagined online like one similar to gta online, sailing the indies with your fellow pirates and engaging player ships, sinking them and forcing them to join your crew or taking up the mantle of a pirate hunter and cleaning up the seven seas, this idea of multi player is something I would have loved to see in black flag I think that black flag should have been a divorce from the assassin templar fixation ubisoft has been on since ac first came out, with that being said I’d like to see if they switch it up with watchdogs when it releases this year

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  3. Assassin’s Creed V: The Ubisoftian Final Game For All Eternity Because Emperor Putin Will Destroy Them For Insulting His Sovjet Union…

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  4. Hmm could it be the Russian and Japan war? Perhaps the the October War? Or maybe even the Cold War? Hmm…… All of these would sound like fun ideas to me.

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