Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag for PlayStation 4
PS4

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

Nov 15, 2013

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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag begins in 1715, when pirates established a lawless republic in the Caribbean and ruled the land and seas. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted international trade, and plundered vast fortunes. They threatened the power structures that ruled Europe, inspired the imaginations of millions, and left a legacy that still endures.

Critic Reviews

32 Reviews
8.37
William SchwartzDec 02, 2013
Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag is right up there with the best games in the series. Building a game entirely around the sea based features found in ACIII sounded gimmicky when it was announced earlier this year, but Ubisoft nailed it on all fronts. It’s a beautiful game, it’s fun to play, and it’ll last you tens of hours to complete. What more can you ask for? We’ll likely be seeing more of Assassin’s Creed in 2014, and just what’s up their sleeve for the next game, just got a lot more interesting.
Lee CooperNov 15, 2013
Have you heard the one about the pirate and the Templar? It’s not very funny, although it certainly has its moments. It’s pretty exciting, through, and chock-full of sea shanty’s, treasure hunts, good old fashioned assassinations and an overwhelming checklist of activities. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is the very definition of escapism, offering a mindbogglingly large amount of content. ...it’s even better on the PlayStation 4, offering the same exciting experience in a more beautiful, smoother package.
Steven BurnsOct 29, 2013
There's only so many times, however, that you can tolerate the poorly-defined stealth and terrible AI. Eavesdropping returns, and is as poor as before, and most missions devolve into 'follow the man, kill the man' repetition....And yet you'll want to play on, especially on PS4, where the superb weather and particle effects, as well as improved draw distance and high-res textures, bolster Ubi Montreal's great environmental design and free-running pathfinding. Flawed yet addictive, this Creed needs to change.

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