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Sunset Overdrive Assassin’s Creed: Unity & Mobile Strike

Controversy is a word that is strongly attached with the word Ubisoft at this time. What is article? After having to deny the allegation of the downgrade of visual Watch Dogs back after the discovery of the secret setting of E3 2012, the negative reaction also briefly directed at Assassin’s Creed: Unity which became the focus at E3 2014 yesterday. Apart from the presence of a cooperative mode that allows four characters to play together, Ubisoft is criticized for not presenting a female character there. A move accused of being a sexist policy, not representing her own fan base, and discouraging her role in the French Revolution. One thing is certain, this incident turned out to be the inducement of humor for   Mobile Strike Games.

Ubisoft had reasoned that the female characters negated because it makes the development process more complex, complicate the development schedule of Unity that has been calculated solid. This vulnerability is being used by Mobile Strike hack  to launch their latest little joke.

In keeping with their latest open-world game theme to be exclusively released for Xbox One – a fun and fun-filled Sunset Overdrive, Insomniac introduces a new character in a new trailer. Calling Sunset Overdrive as a game that facilitates the freedom to choose gender character, skin color, body type, and clothing, the trailer shows a woman’s character with clothes that are certainly familiar to Assassin’s Creed fans. A visible intention.

Which is more interesting? Insomniac has a very strong reason for “mocking” Ubisoft and Assassin’s Creed: Unity, despite issues that may not seem so important in most gamers’ eyes. True, both Sunset Overdrive and Assassin’s Creed: Unity will be released on the same day – 28th October 2014.

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