Assassin's Creed 4 news: screenshots, comic book and other game’s info

Assassin's Creed 4 news: screenshots, comic book and other game’s info by  5643 views

The first two versions of this awesome game have already been released, but there are still PC, Wii U, Xbox One and PS4 versions of the project, so we are happy to tell the latest Assassin's Creed 4 news to the current and future owners of the game.

The first thing that we would like to tell you about is Uplay Passport. Let us recall that this is a system, which provides a code to any optional content of the game for some fee. Thus, Ubisoft has recently announced that it, after many other companies that have already done this procedure, will reject Uplay Passport in its games, and the first such project will be Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag. Those who will buy this stunning action-adventure on the above-mentioned platforms won’t pay anything for the optional game content (for example, Edward's Fleet feature), and will get it absolutely free. The owners of PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, who have already bought and paid for AC4 Uplay Passport, will have to contact Ubisoft’s customer support in their country. But if you have bought the game, but haven’t had time to purchase Uplay Passport, now you can get it absolutely for free on Xbox Live or PSN.

In addition, the game’s developers in cooperation with Penny Arcade have prepared and released the digital comic based on this exciting action-adventure. The full version of the comic book, which is called "The Ballad of Edward Kenway", is now available for download on the website of the game. Also Ubisoft has created a very interesting video on Assassin's Creed 4 comics, followed by a perky song of "The Dread Crew of Oddwood" band, which you will like for sure. Enjoy!

Finally, we would like to show you fresh Assassin's Creed 4 screenshots and artworks (all images are available in our FB community). The concept arts, made by Martin Deschambault - Ubisoft Montreal's senior concept artist, are pretty dull and not detailed at all, but their main goal is not the brightness or the accuracy, but the presentation of the general game’s idea that they, in our opinion, do. In opposition to the artworks, Assassin's Creed 4 screenshots, which show us the different game’s locations, are very clear, colorful and quite detailed. Whether it is the truth or not is up to you to decide.