Dear Ubisoft,**My name is Christopher Urena, a big fan of your Assassin's Creed games which I have been playing since ****, starting the Assassin's Creed franchise with your outstanding Assassin's Creed: Unity. The reason as to why I am contacting you is because I heard that Assassin's Creed is going to have a live-service platform starting with your new upcoming project Assassin's Creed: Infinity. Now, about this project of yours, I heard that, in addition to featuring live-service like such other games as GTA and Fortnite, that this Assassin's Creed will involve multiple settings rather than the usual one. This caught my attention because I realized that with a game of multiple settings like this, the player can likely explore most, if not all the settings which fans have been asking of you for years now, and I think that with this in mind, you can take us Assassin's Creed fans to many countries whose cultures we fans have been figuratively dying to get to explore. Based on the information that I have gathered stemming from research that I did myself on Assassin's Creed, here are a few links to some articles about Assassin's Creed settings of which fans such as me have been wanting to experience and for quite some time:***) https:**www.thegamer.com*assassins-creed-settings-go-next-skip***) https:**gamerant.com*assassins-creed-ragnarok-setting-time-periods***) https:**www.nerdspan.com***-potential-settings-for-the-next-assassins-creed-game***) https:**www.cbr.com*assassins-creed-next-game-setting***) https:**www.altchar.com*game-news***-locations-ubisoft-are-considering-for-the-next-assassins-creed-game-adWsM*n*Igp***Now, among all these settings that I read about which I sincerely wish that you do read and also take into consideration, one Assassin's Creed setting that has been desired from you since Assassin's Creed's early years as a game franchise is Japan, a setting which I personally strongly hope that you do include in the upcoming Assassin's Creed: Infinity, especially because of the striking similarities shared between your Assassin's Creed franchise's eponymous assassins and Japan's legendary ninjas who, like the AC assassins, are also known to be stealthy, quick, acrobatic, deadly, agile, strong, resourceful, and well-equipped. Not to mention, the fact that ninjas, also like AC's assassins, are and have been known to combat foes, kill enemies, sabotage enemy traps and plans, and tail and surveil suspicious characters. While I do appreciate your efforts in Assassin's Creed: Origins, Odyssey, and Valhalla, I feel as though you guys have strayed from the path of what it meant to make good games which truly are about being genuine assassins with these open-world RPGs that, while they did earn you guys lots of money, are sadly not for everybody, especially due to them not corresponding in gameplay formula with the traditional Assassin's Creed style of games that a lot of us AC fans know and love. Now, I am not saying that nobody should buy the open-world RPG Assassin's Creed games for those games are indeed great, in their own way, but unfortunately do not fulfill the assassin part of the title of the franchise to which they belong, unlike the old stealth-action Assassin's Creed games, and because of this I would like you guys to, on behalf of all of us Assassin's Creed fans, to do us a favor and make your Assassin's Creed: Infinity game better than all the others by combining the best aspects of all previous Assassin's Creed games. Now, I know this might come off as a little crazy to you considering how different every Assassin's Creed game from the first one starring Altair all the way to Valhalla which stars Eivor is from one another but please hear me out: if you guys truly do want to please and appeal to all of your Assassin's Creed fans, I recommend that you do the following things to AC: Infinity:***) Fix the combat system by bringing back the ability to counterattack and reflex shoot that was present in previous Assassin's Creed titles and add an additional button to deflect incoming attacks from enemies. Also, make the assassins fight like badass martial artists in terms of how they strike their foes and fight them off and have us use combo moves when fighting as that would make combat much more entertaining and appealing.**) Use both the old and new Assassin's Creed Eagle Visions, the old one which allowed you to highlight all your targets in glowing aura-like colors and the new one wherein you could scout areas via an actual bird of prey.**) Use the graphics, parkour, and acrobatics that you once granted use in Assassin's Creed: Unity, as they made the Assassin's Creed game look more beautiful and funner to play.**) Include less quests to AC: Infinity (quests make the game more boring and repetitive) and more assassination contracts (these make the game more assassin-themed like how it is supposed and meant to be) like in the previous AC games.**) Bring the multiplayer feature back and make some good improvements to it so that AC players can go around and perform missions as well as quests for in-game money. Also, be sure to make the multiplayer along with the missions and quests as fun as those of games like GTA and Red Dead. One way to do this is to have assassin guilds similar to the viking clans from AC: Valhalla, albeit without the raiding and with more old-fashioned stealthy killing involved.**) Make the assassin(s) for AC: Infinity customizable. In other words, allow us to choose the assassin's gender like in Odyssey and Valhalla as well as to choose how they get to look like at the beginning of the game.**) Use both a menu for weapons like in previous Assassin's Creed titles and for abilities like in the newer AC titles.**) Make enemies more killable like in all those Assassin's Creed titles prior to Origins. This makes the game more assassin-like and less warrior-like.**) Bring back the useful equipment that we had before in previous AC titles like the smokescreens which were used to blind enemies and the firecrackers which were used to distract them and lure them away.***) Make the health of the assassin you play as regenerative so that way players won't have to waste time and money healing themselves with items anymore since that takes the fun from doing what you are meant to do in an Assassin's (emphasis on the ASSASSIN part) Creed game.
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