Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Open World Gameplay

DEM GRAPHICS…..

Ubisoft just released a 10 minute video with commentary by the Creative Director of Assassin’s Creed IV, Ashraf Ismail. In this video we see Edward hang out around, doing some of the activities that are available on the game, punch some pirates, jump from insane heights, go underwater etc. Yes he is a total badass, but what caught my attention were the insane graphics. The game looks absolutely stunning and I cannot wait to get my copy. What do you think about it? Is in in your “most wanted” list? Let us know!

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