Many people, including us, consider Black Flag to be one of the best Assassin’s Creed video games. A remake is supposedly in the early stages of development.
The remake is being developed under the direction of Ubisoft Singapore, according to two unnamed sources who spoke with Kotaku. The project is “still in its earliest stages and will not be completed for at least a few years,” according to the source, which also mentions that Ubisoft Singapore, the division in charge of the series’ naval warfare since it debuted in Assassin’s Creed 3, is “heavily involved” in the remake.
The tweet below officially confirms the news:
A new report says that Ubisoft is working a remake of the pirate-focused Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, but it’s only in the early stages of development. https://t.co/keTOBpPSSl pic.twitter.com/vigu4iJQvm
— IGN (@IGN) July 1, 2023
Although the extent of the remake is still unknown, the lengthy production schedule suggests that it will go beyond a simple remaster. Regarding Kotaku’s report, Ubisoft opted not to respond.
The cross-platform video game Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag was released in 2013 for the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Black Flag promised a more daring excursion into the Golden Age of Piracy after Assassin’s Creed 3 attempted to wrap up the series’ complicated plot a year earlier to mixed success. This game immediately proved to be a hit.
The long-delayed Skull and Bones, which likewise draws on the naval warfare systems of Assassin’s Creed, is another project being worked on by Ubisoft Singapore. In accordance with Kotaku’s allegation, the studio is presently requiring all devs to work in-office rather than remotely, and as development on the problematic game moves forward, longer hours may be in store.
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