More Assassins Creed Games Will Come

The Assassin's Creed series has been one of the most enjoyable franchises I've played for a long time, at least for the singleplayer that is. And despite the plentiful amount of titles, I've accepted that Ubisoft has managed to keep it relatively new each time round.

However, with the announcement of the new Black Flag game, you start to wonder how far is too far, and now Ubisoft has planned to drag the franchise out with even more Assassin's Creed games after Black Flag, and there's now no doubt that the AC series has turnt into one big cash cow.

Apparently, after Assassin's Creed: Black Flag, the two Ubisoft developer studios will work together on a newer Assassin's Creed game, most likely filled with unneeded DLC that should have been in the game at day one, and pricy season passes to go along with it.

More news has followed on the collaboration with Ubisoft Montreal and Ubisoft Toronto and it seems development from them won't all be groan worthy. In total 5 games will be developed, including a new Splinter Cell game, and two new unannounced IPs.

New IPs are always exciting to look forward to, and even if they fail terribly, it will be nice to see some new content in the gaming industry.