Origins, you never forget your first (Ubisoft Witcher 3 clone)
Actually, what was written on wiki.Some interesting tidbits from Wikipedia:
- Origins sold over 10 million.
- Odyssey also sold over 10 million and its revenue was 170% higher than Origins because of microtransactions.
- We don't have numbers for Valhalla, but it made over 1 billion and is the second-highest-earning Ubisoft title.
Ubisoft talked about this openly, that through the excessive length and several DLCs of these games, these open-world Assassin's Creed games have kept players playing for a very long time, which increases purchases of microtransactions.
I dont get it, what did i miss.Actually, what was written on wiki.
In its week of release, physical sales were down 25% when compared to Origins. In the US the first week of sales were pacing better than any other title of the series on the current generation of consoles. Ubisoft said that digital sales of the game were 45% of all sales, which was up by 10 percentage points over the previous year's Assassin's Creed Origins. It was the third best-selling video game in the US in October 2018, only behind Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption II. More than 10 million units of the game had been sold by March 2020. Revenue earned from microtransactions was 170% higher in Odyssey when compared to that of Origins.
Because, of, or, and misuses of AND are why entire wars are fought lol.
This is not true though, it's the only one of the three that has classic ac mechanics like social stealth (blending), and most of it can done in stealth thanks to guaranteed assassinations, which the other 2 don't have.but it seemingly lost it’s AC identity to the Viking-romantic.
From a gameplay perspective you are maybe right, but the story is just “Viking”.This is not true though, it's the only one of the three that has classic ac mechanics like social stealth (blending), and most of it can done in stealth thanks to guaranteed assassinations, which the other 2 don't have.