2 hawx, about to be 2 splinter cells, endwar, 2 rainbow six's, 2 ghost recon advanced warfighters.
FC3 is also everything that's wrong with modern open world games. Horribly designed game outside of the missions. Open world games should encourage its freedom and experimentation, not give me a bunch of fetch quests and generic kill quests.[
How can it be for Orbis and Durango when it was being in development since 2010-2011. I imagine they didn't have dev kits back then...plus the screen shot in the OP looks quite current gen.
I don't know about you guys, but I honestly think Ubisoft is poised to have one of the most diverse lineups out of any publishers.
I mean, just from a pure historical standpoint (which most publishers don't usually touch with a 2 inch stick)...
The Assassins Creed Series
Watch Dogs (more from a futuristic standpoint)
Prince of Persia
Plus they recently acquired THQ Montreal and have the presumbaly historical game
1666 (based around the great london fire)
Underdog (which could be prusmed as a historic game considering it's being lead by Patrice Desilets)
I mean, that's a pretty diverse historical game library all things considering what the rest of the publishers are outputting.
Far Cry 3, AC3, Splinter Cell Conviction, AC Liberation, most of the current gen Tom Clancy stuff.
In addition to what Nirolak said...Are we sure this is set in egypt? Why are there black people? I thought the people there were sun kissed arabian tan?
It will be an up-port like every early game on next gen systems.How can it be for Orbis and Durango when it was being in development since 2010-2011. I imagine they didn't have dev kits back then...plus the screen shot in the OP looks quite current gen.
Ha it's funny because I saw you mention it in the thread and just did a Google search and this video came up. I would have assumed it was something known considering how easy I found it.Oh where else have we heard that name like forever and forever ago.... ::cough::.
Was not originally PoP, separate game. Convereted to pop after awhile. Didn't work