PC Versions Of Fary Cry 4 & Assassin’s Creed: Unity – To Be Developed By Ubisoft Kiev

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We?re pretty sure that this news is going to disappoint a lot of players. Multiple reports are suggesting that the PC versions of both Far Cry 4 and Assassin?s Creed: Unity are apparently being developed by Ubisoft Kiev.

According to the company?s official Facebook Page, the studio is currently working very hard to be able to ship the best PC experience for their fans. Ergo, the company is now hiring and expanding. Moreover, according to its Wikepedia page, Ubisoft Kiev is handling the PC versions of both Far Cry 4 and Assassin?s Creed: Unity.

For your information, Ubisoft Kiev is the one who developed the PC versions of Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell: Conviction, Assassin?s Creed III, Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Assassin?s Creed IV: Black Flag. All of the games that were mentioned, unfortunately, had performance issues, and this is definitely worrisome.

The PC versions of Tom Clancy?s Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Far Cry 3 has been considered amongst the best for the last couple of years. But now that the main studio of Ubisoft will not be handling the PC version of Far Cry 4, this could mean ?trouble?, and the same goes to Assassin?s Creed: Unity.

Fary Cry 3 was originally developed for PC, and the game came with a massive amount of PC options. But now that Far Cry 4?s PC version will be handled by Ubisoft Kiev, this could mean that the PC is going to get a console port. This means that the game might have various performance issues, but still, we are hoping that the same PC options that has been featured in Far Cry 3 will be also be included in Far Cry 4.

But if Ubisoft Kiev messes things up just like their previous projects, well.. Nah, let us be optimistic here and just hope for the best, shall we?


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