The year is 1715. Pirates rule the Caribbean and have established their own lawless Republic where corruption, greediness and cruelty are commonplace.
Among these outlaws is a brash young captain named Edward Kenway. His fight for glory has earned him the respect of legends like Blackbeard, but also drawn him into the ancient war between Assassins and Templars, a war that may destroy everything the pirates have built.
Welcome to the Golden Age of Piracy.
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I would have rated this game with 3-4 stars, because so far (I'm still only at 40%) the story is ok, but nothing to die for and the gameplay is the classic assassin's creed with the usual little changes from the first chapter installation, but at the core it's the same jump here, climb there, leap of faith, haystack stabbity-stab and counter-overkill. What really gave me joy was the whole naval fight system: in my humble opinion the only decent thing about the otherwise...meh.. AC3 were the missions aboard the Aquila, I loved them, I loved the upgrading of the ship and all that stuff. They were just too few. So now, I have an AC title with a pirate-y assassin dude and a real cool first actor, The Jackdow! And a huge caribbean set with a lot of sea, isles and above all a pletora of ships to attack, destroy and board, ransack and then mercilessly send to the bottom of the ocean. I'm not saying the rest of the game, story, land gameplay and Edward upgrading and customization is dull or bad or not funny, mind it. I'm just saying that I don't care of it, I think it's ok, maybe even great but I'm just at less than 40% storywise because I've spent tens of hours boarding everynthing tha floats over the ocean. So if you loved the Aquila part of AC3, you'll die happy with this game. If you want to know about the story and classic AC gameplay, I don't know, can't help it..haven't even tried it seriously. I think it'd be great and enjoyble as usual, but till now? Who cares! There's another brig up ahead, and then a frigate to the right and look! a royal convoy to the left...I'll never get to that damned waypoint for the next story chapter. There's always something to plunder that distract me. Ready to board, matey? Aye, aye, cap'n!
Best assassin's creed iv played & iv played them all. Lots of things to do, i freeroamed at sea loads just boarding british & spanish ships & sending them off with my fleet. The mini game is great instead of sending off trainee assassins you have ships that go off with supplies & so on. Present day missions are a bit tedious but its all necessary. Personally i hate all the multiplayer stuff.
The game is awesome as you take to the high seas by battling against various ships for their cargo and visit a variety of island destinations full of quests and treasure to find. Battle it out with soldiers, hire crew members for your ship by rescuing pirates, gain money to make your ship stronger or your weapons. Hunt animals to enhance your equipment such as better holsters to hold more weapons etc this game has loads to do and is very addictive and the variety of game play gets my rating of 5 Stars. Well Done Ubisoft!