From China, Shao Jun, a female assassin seeking vengeance in the year 1526 belonging to the ancient Ming Dynasty will figure in the first story, while in the second story, India’s Arbaaz Mir, an assassin from the era of Sikh Empire will figure from the year 1841. In the third and last part, an assassin named Nikolai Orelov from the era of the revolution in Russia called the Red October will figure.
Each story has been decked up with intuitive background and graphic details portraying the particular era and its specific features.
The Indian story relfects the Sikh warrior who looks more like the ‘Prince of Persia’ but it has more graphics and colour to support the background details.
To be released on April 21, the Assasin’s Creed Chronicles are expected to keep the famous game alive and kicking during the summer vacations this year.
Last year, Assassin’s creed portrayed the french revolution with the Bastille seize in the backdrop from the 1789 period and the main character Amo embarking on an extraordinary journey to expose the true powers behind the revolution.
Meanwhile, Ubisoft, maker of the Assassin’s Creed has made the first episode of its Montpellier’s World War I adventure game “Valiant Hearts: The Great War” free on iOS for Apple handheld devices and iPhones.
Originally priced at $4.99, now it can be downloaded free but the other three remaining parts are avaialble in a bundle for $8.99, or individually for $3.99 each.
However, for Android version, the game is still sold for a price of $4.99 on Google Play.
Valiant Hearts was launched in June 2014 on PC, PS3, PS4 Xbox 360 and Xbox One and its iOS version was released in September and the Android version in November 2014.