Assassins Creed has been a popular franchise for Ubisoft since 2007. The Assassin’s Creed series of games are set in the Middle Ages, during the Crusades. In this game, players take on the role of a character named Altair and his brotherhood of assassins as they fight to protect their land from Templar control; however, some members of their order have betrayed them.
Of course, being that most people are familiar with the main character in this game. Connor Kenway (who happens to be my favorite character ever), I decided that I would focus on him more specifically rather than other characters like Ezio Auditore.
There were many different things that we wanted to be done differently with this project compared to previous ones but one thing that wasn’t touched was animation. However, I am confident both myself and our team can make these changes without affecting gameplay too much so expect new animations and artwork coming soon.
The Latest Assassin’s Creed Art is Quite Interesting
The latest Assassins Creed Art is quite interesting and a bit different than most of the past art. If you’re a fan of video games, then it’s likely that you’ve seen some of the best art in your favorite franchises. Whether it be from AAA titles like Call of Duty or Overwatch or indie games like Super Meat Boy and Stardew Valley, there’s always something beautiful about seeing how much effort developers put into making their worlds look amazing on screen. The latest Assassin’s Creed Art Is Quite Interesting And A Bit Different Than Most Of The Past Art.
This Assassins Creed Art Trying to Push the Entire Industry
Hans Zimmer is a famous composer and musician. He’s one of the most popular composers in the world, and he has won multiple awards for his work on movies like Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar, and Dunkirk.
Zimmer has been working on this Assassins Creed Art for years now, but it wasn’t until recently that he decided to release it publicly. This piece of art includes four characters from different eras in history including Assassins Creed 3’s Marat Safin and they’re all wearing robes as they walk away from each other down a street lined with buildings that look like castles or churches (or even cathedrals).
Hans Zimmer Inspired by the Assassins Creed Art
“I’m going to be inspired by Assassins Creed art again,” he says. “It’s something that I really enjoy doing, and it’s something that I don’t want to stop doing.” This isn’t the first time he has created art inspired by Assassin’s Creed, but it does seem like Ubisoft is trying hard to keep Assassin’s Creed Art alive for future generations as well.
Hans Zimmer Assassin Creed Art
Hans Zimmer is a German composer, who has won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, a BAFTA Award, and three Grammy Awards. He has been nominated for an Emmy Award and a Tony Award.
The latest Assassins Creed art shows the composer in his studio working on some of his music for the game. It’s not clear which track that is but you can see how busy he is in this picture.
So, the Assassin’s Creed Art has been updated to include more options for you to customize your character. If you want to play a game that gets better every year then this is the one for you!