About Assassin's Creed Rogue
Assassin's Creed Rogue Story
The story is set in the mid-eighteenth century amid the Seven Years' War, and follows Shay Patrick Cormac, an Assassin-turned-Templar. Gameplay in Rogue is fundamentally the same to that of Black Flag with a mixture of ship-based maritime investigation and third-person area based investigation with some new features.
Maritime aspects from previous games will come back with the player controlling Shay's ship, Morrígan. Morrígan has a shallower draftcompared to Edward Kenway's Jackdaw from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, taking into consideration waterway travel. New features incorporate new ship-based weapons such as releasing an oil spill which can then be lighted, Puckle guns, and the capacity for enemies to boardMorrígan amid ship-to-ship battle. The cold environment also features into maritime gameplay and investigation, as specific icebergs can be slammed with an icebreaker. The submerged plunging missions emphasized in Black Flag don't exist in the North Atlantic, as swimming causes the player's wellbeing to quickly drain because of the bone chilling water.
For battle, the game introduces an air rifle, which allows the player to silently take out enemies at a distance. The air rifle can be furnished with an assortment of distinctive projectiles, such as firecrackers. The player can also use an explosive launcher, which fires off shrapnel grenades and other loads.Hand-to-hand battle has been slightly modified, and now adversary attacks can be countered with timing, similar to the Batman: Arkham series of games. Adversary Assassins characteristic archetypes similar to previous games, using skills that players have been using all through the series; they can stow away in bushes, mix in with crowds, and perform air attacks against the player. Poison gas can now be used as an ecological weapon, and Shay has a mask that can relieve its effects.