The Assassin’s Creed series has certainly gotten into a comfortable release cycle, with the seven studios currently pumping out sequels running like whatever the equivalent for well-oiled is for game development studios. That doesn’t stop Ubisoft Montreal CEO Jean-Francois Boivin from worrying about the day when this much AC becomes too much AC.
“We can see a lot of the music games that are releasing year after year – the interest is a lot less than it used to be,” he explained. “The excitement is a lot less than it used to be. You want to keep people excited. You gotta make people miss it a bit. It’s like, ‘Oh man! I’m so happy it’s back!’ But if you keep force-feeding to people then people are like, ‘Yeah, enough of your Assassin’s Creed’.”
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