So that is an uncommon one. Murderer’s Creed Black Flag, among the best pirate video games and proudly a part of the AC collection all-time prime 5 is getting a sequel. With Ubisoft busy working in direction of the Murderer’s Creed Mirage launch date, AC Infinity, and the Japan-based Murderer’s Creed Codename Pink, a follow-up to Black Flag – specializing in the exploits of Edward Kenway – is a massively welcome addition to the presently burgeoning AC canon. However there’s a catch. Sure, that is an Murderer’s Creed Black Flag sequel, nevertheless it’s not in videogame type – Ubisoft is partnering with Korean digital comics big Webtoon to launch the Black Flag sequel as a multi-part comedian ebook.
Specializing in Kenway’s adventures after the occasions of Black Flag, Murderer’s Creed Forgotten Temple may even introduce Noa, a Korean-American descendant of Edward Kenway who’s someway additionally embroiled within the seek for the Items of Eden. You may see a panel from the upcoming comedian, that includes anime-style Edward Kenway, beneath:
Developed by Korean artwork studio Redice, Forgotten Temple will launch on April 24 by way of the Webtoon app and run for 150 weekly episodes throughout three seasons. It will not be totally the Black Flag sequel that we dreamed of, however catching up with Edward after ten years (sure, Black Flag got here out in 2013) nonetheless sounds very intriguing.
In the meantime, we’re nonetheless ready on Murderer’s Creed Mirage, which can comply with Basim from AC Valhalla, and additional particulars on the return of Murderer’s Creed multiplayer by way of Infinity, which is positioned as an encompassing on-line hub for all future AC video games. It looks as if there’s quite a lot of Creed stuff within the works, with the collection getting ready for an enormous revitalisation and overhaul. We simply have to be affected person.
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