New Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Trailer Features Infamous Pirates

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Richard Walker

Another Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag trailer has emerged from the briny depths today, offering a little more insight into the game's swashbuckling story, with its cast of infamous pirates including Blackbeard, Charles Vane, Benjamin Hornigold, and of course, Edward Kenway.

Kenway is described in the video by the actor who plays him (Matt Ryan) as a "selfish and ambitious pirate... the uneasy ally of assassins, the bane of templars and the enemy of empires." Sounds like a nice guy. Then there's the rest of the motley pirate crew that he'll be rubbing shoulders with. You can find out more about them in the video.

Watch the latest trailer below. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is out on October 29th in North America and November 1st in Europe on PS3. It'll be heading to PlayStation 4 at launch on November 15th in North America and November 29th in Europe.

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  • cancelled my preorder due to the fact i know everything about this game now due to all the bloody videos lol, no seriously i stopped watching these a while back just in case.
  • @1 I know right? They released so many videos lol.
  • I don't watch most videos since I want some surprises. Anyway, looking good!
  • They sure glorify piracy...
  • Well, at least it isn't one of the "Hi, I'm Jaref Ismael, game director of AC4, Black Flag, and here are 10 minutes of what you've already seen plus a couple more minutes of something new" video
  • lol French: can you repeat that? pirate: awww for fucks sake!
  • I am quite pumped for some variety! Ive loved the AssCree games, but I am sick of Italy/Europe! Ready for some sailing..
  • @7Only 2 games, and one partially, were set in Europe. II and Brotherhood. Revelations' Galata District is Europe. (FYI I'm not counting the prologue of AC3, in the theater) So I'm amazed that you are already 'sick of Europe', as you put it.
  • This isn't pirates creed!
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