Ubisoft steered clear of making the Assassin’s Creed III protagonist a female character because the game’s setting up is not really a robust match, according to creative movie director Alex Hutchinson. Speaking to Kotaku, Hutchinson said the actual American Revolution time period is about males.
“It’s generally up in the environment, ” Hutchinson said. “I think lots of people want it, [but] on this period it’s been a bit of a pain. A brief history of the American Revolution is a historical past connected with males. “.
“There are a few people, like Bob Adams’ wife, [Abigail]–they tried very difficult in the [HBO seriesJohn Adams] to not allow it to be look like a bunch of dudes, but it really is a bunch of dudes, ” he / she added.
The actual Assassin’s Creed franchise has curved the actual books connected with historical past before, but Hutchinson mentioned that doing so in Assassin’s Creed III could be difficult.
“It experienced like, if you had all these males in every arena as well as you’re secretly, stealthily in crowded connected with dudes [as a female assassin], it starts to feel type of wrong, ” he / she said. “People might stop thinking it. “
Assassin’s Creed III is due out in The united states on October 30 for any Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, as well as Wii U, having a European release scheduled with regard to Halloween party. To get more for the game, check out GameOverLLC most recent examine.