Vikings, hackers, gods: Is Ubisoft's new game trio less repetitive?

From Ancient Egypt to Renaissance Venice and a Himalayan dwarf state in times of civil war, to Bolivia and San Francisco: game developer Ubisoft is one of the most important developers of detail-rich, immersive gameplay across centuries of life on earth. With sagas like “Far Cry” and “Assassin’s Creed”, the French publisher has been setting the bar in open-world games for years now. Fans tend to love these games because of the sheer amount of possibilities they offer. If you want, you can easily spend 50 or 60 hours exploring just one of these worlds – and be largely free to choose what you do…

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