First Raw Footage for Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles – China Arrives on the Web

By   /   Apr 1, 2015

Following the game’s announcement yesterday, YouTube user “Centerstrain01” has uploaded a new video that sees him play through Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles – China.

The video runs for just over eleven minutes and according to the user was obtained by him when when attending a recent Ubisoft event. There is no commentary or any kind of narrative, but you’re able to hear the stage music and sound effects with ease.

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Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles was announced yesterday as a trilogy that will take players to three different locations set in completely different times.

The first release is going to put players in the shoes of Shao Jun, the last remaining Assassin of the Chinese Brotherhood, who is returning to China in 1526 after the events of the short film Assassin’s Creed: Embers. Naturally, she gets caught up in a quest for vengeance against the Templars.

The remaining two releases in the Chronicles will be set in Russia during the aftermath of the Red October revolution, and India under the waring Sikh Empire.

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Climax Studios is collaborating with Ubisoft Montreal over the development of the Chronicles Trilogy. Each game will be connected with the Assassin’s Creed lore and feature 2.5D perspective action platforming. The real visual treat here is that each game is going to bring its own distinct art style.

Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles – China will release for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on April 21 in both North and South America, followed by a release in European territories a day later. The remaining two installments, will release as separate entries sometime in the future.