About This Game
London, 1868. In the heart of the Industrial Revolution, lead your underworld organization and grow your influence to fight those who exploit the less privileged in the name of progress:
As Jacob Frye, a young and reckless Assassin, use your skills to help those trampled by the march of progress. From freeing exploited children used as slave labour in factories, to stealing precious assets from enemy boats, you will stop at nothing to bring justice back to London’s streets.
Command London’s underworld
To reclaim London for the people, you will need an army. As a gang leader, strengthen your stronghold and rally rival gang members to your cause, in order to take back the capital from the Templars’ hold.
A new dynamic fighting system
In Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, action is fast-paced and brutal. As a master of combat, combine powerful multi-kills and countermoves to strike your enemies down.
A whole new arsenal
Choose your own way to fight enemies. Take advantage of the Rope Launcher technology to be as stealthy as ever and strike with your Hidden Blade. Or choose the kukri knife and the brass knuckles to get the drop on your enemies.
A new age of transportation
In London, the systemic vehicles offer an ever-changing environment. Drive carriages to chase your target, use your parkour skills to engage in epic fights atop high-speed trains, or make your own way amongst the boats of the River Thames.
A vast open world
Travel the city at the height of the Industrial Revolution and meet iconic historical figures. From Westminster to Whitechapel, you will come across Darwin, Dickens, Queen Victoria… and many more.
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no sale mucho de la trama de la saga a diferencia de los escenarios de cada entrega y los personajes, en este caso Londres y 2 hermanos con diferentes motivos, muy buenos detalles de ambientacion del juego y muy buena la jugabilidad.
Let me just say that I think assassins creed syndicate is a very good game but I think it's too easy at points and isn't challenging.But it has very well written characters and a good story.
Great game. Like several others have said, probably not the best AC game but still satisfying. The difficulty tended to sit nicely in the 'Challenging but not to the point of Frustrating' range, with the exception of a few optional mission objectives, ex. "Dont get hit by this certain enemy at all during this sequence of getting punched". The storyline was interesting enough, and I liked having only certain missions be character-specific. Both Jacob and Evie have a fair amount of depth to their characters. They also look fantastic. I can't currently play on the best settings bc my computer is a bit outdated but even lower-end settings come out beautifully. I personally find Syndicate to be fun and enjoyable (with the exception of some of the detective DLC missions, but I still liked the whole style change even when the investigating made me feel like an idiot), and I think it's a good game and a good addition to the series.
ACU was the most ambitious game in the series to date and its launch showed that ambition. The new engine, the amazing visuals, the large crowds, the return to challenging combat and assassin simulation, and the introduction of an all new cooperative experience was too much for Ubisoft Montreal to juggle. ACU tanked hard, and while it's not a bad game, it has a lot of problems. Syndicate had a lot to overcome, but surprisingly enough it did a great job of surpassing ACU. Syndicate goes back to a much more action-oriented combat and its actually the best of the series. It's addictive, fast-paced, and fun. We also see the introduction of a dual protagonist story between siblings. The graphics are a little better than Unity's and the introduction of the grapple hook has made AC closer to Batman Arkham than ever before. My only criticism is you can tell Ubisoft played it safe and this game is far less ambitious than ACU. There's a lot less weapons your assassin can use. There is a lot less outfits your assassin can obtain. Entire systems have been outright removed and there is no online multiplayer at all. I very much enjoy Syndicate, but I think Ubisoft should have waited a year to provide the amount of content ACU did. A very good game, but a very safe and underwhelming AC experience.
AC Syndicate is a surprisingly fun game. It maintains many of the great aspects of ACU while shedding that game's shortcomings. Combat is much more fast-paced again rather than the slower pace ACU had. The new period in London is fun with carriages being a blast to drive. However, the game lacks content. While the optional protagonist concept is interesting, I don't really see a lot of point to the feature other than allowing people to play a certain gender. The online aspect of AC has been completely removed (no coop like ACU and no multiplayer like the previous games). Customization has been incredibly limited with very few outfits to obtain in the game and a lack of variety in terms of weapons one can use. Ubisoft might call it streamlining, but I see this as an incomplete game that cut a lot of content due to the controversy over ACU. Despite its lack of content and lack of features, AC Syndicate is a fun game. Eagle vision has been revamped to be a lot easier and more powerful. Stealth is a completely separate mechanic which I'm not sure I entirely prefer. It's an interesting departure from ACU, but I'm not sure it's really better. I'd pick this game up when it's on sale.
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