Assassins Creed Syndicate
One year later, Ubisoft is back with Assassin's Creed: Syndicate - ditching co-op missions and competitive multiplayer in favor of a standalone tale of brother and sister assassins set in the highly anticipated backdrop of mid-1800s London. As a result, Syndicate has all the necessary pieces to deliver one of the best Assassin's Creed game experiences to date - albeit one that is limited by lingering gameplay hurdles (that have become firmly ingrained in Ubisoft's flagship series).
Assassins Creed Syndicate
Thankfully, the series returns to form in Syndicate - prioritizing story, characters, setting, and unique assassination encounters over gimmicks. Instead of forcing players through another assassin origin tale, where an inexperienced character becomes an expert killer, Syndicate puts gamers in the boots of Jacob and Evie Frye, twin assassins who are already well-versed in the ways of their brotherhood - preparing to take on a Templar Grand Master, Crawford Starrick, that has London under his corrupt thumb.
Jacob and Evie Frye are fraternal twins and Assasins. They seek to spark an uprising in an age of class iniquity. They will rise among the organized crime syndicates to rebuild the Brotherhood through their street gang - The Rooks. The game has new features like emerging vehicle transport, carriages, trains, as well as modern methods of communication. The twins also have possession of a grappling hook that can help them access the higher rooftops of the changing city.
Watch the events unfolding across The Greatest City in the world through the eyes of the Frye twins, trained to be assassins since their earliest years. Evie is the stealthiest of the two, virtually impossible to detect when she wishes, skilled with hidden blades, and with a mind for careful planning. Jacob is the fighter, preferring action and thinking on his feet to hours of meticulous planning. Alone they are dangerous, together they are a force of nature. And you can typically switch between them on the fly.
Destroy the old creed by killing all the Assassins and begin a new creed of assassins from their ashes (failed).Using Deptford prison hulks to place his prisoners and starved and tortured until they wrote the Ripper's demands to their families (succeeded for a while, later failed).Kill Dr. Archer and nurse Whitney for their abuse.Prevent his identity from being identified (both succeeded).Kill Jacob Frye for his mother's death.Kill Evie Frye to prevent his action being destroyed (both failed). 041b061a72