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There’s Assassin’s Creed In My For Honor

Let’s talk about the greatest crossover ever. Not that one that you’re thinking about but the one that involves Assassin’s Creed and For Honor! That’s right, Ubisoft revealed this week that beginning on December 20 to January 10, there would be an event called For The Creed.

Abstergo has created a new gaming experience, called For The Creed, that utilizes the Animus to transport players to an age where the Knights, Vikings, Samurai and Wu Lin wage war on each other. For the duration of the event, players can enter a special variation of the 4v4 Dominion mode – Assassini e Templari, in which they must capture zones in order to lure commanders Ezio Auditore da Firenze and Cesare Borgia out to battle. Defeating commanders will give a team 300 points. The first team that reaches 1000 points and defeats the opposing team during the breaking period wins. Select game modes will be narrated by Warren Vidic, the director of the Animus Project at Abstergo Industries.

Not only this, but maps found within the game will feature iconic symbols from the series, and numerous Animus glitches around the map. Also, there’s a Leap of Faith and air assassinations aplenty as you can execute these moves within the game.

And, if you want to customize your characters with Assassin’s Creed items, you can do so.  The Odyssey of the Misthios Mask Outfits based on Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, new Haystack Emote, Hidden Blade Execution, Animus Effects, Animus Battle Outfits, Assassin- and Templar-themed Elite Outfits and weapons from the Assassin’s Creed franchise Each Assassin’s Creed game logo will also be lootable by playing during the event.

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  • Jo
    24 December 2018 at 10:09 AM
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    Maybe this will breathe new life to the game.

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