Assassin’s Creed Updates – Ubisoft’s most successful franchise is the Assassin’s Creed. Ubisoft officially announced the next installment of the franchise, Assassin Creed Infinity.
Assassin’s Creed Infinity will be a departure from the regular DLC-style service, unlike other games in this franchise. Assassin’s Creed Infinity will incorporate live-service development. This is considered to be better than current microtransactions.
Is live-service development a waste of money?
Live-service development is already part of the franchise in the form daily challenges and scheduled events. Ubisoft plans to integrate live-service development into the game. Fans are concerned that this could lead to a loss of revenue.
But, live-service development could be more effective than microtransactions as they are currently used in the game.
Microtransactions no longer are “Micro”: The new installments of the Assassin’s Creed franchise have caused a lot of upset among the fanbase. Microtransactions cost anywhere from 20 to 35% of the base price of Assassin’s Creed Vahalla.
You can purchase anything from cosmetics to game-changing upgrade items through the microtransaction. Ubisoft’s live services development may be able to address the game’s current wallet crisis.
Assassin’s Creed – Live-service microtransactions
Ubisoft will not remove microtransactions from Assassin’s Creed. This feature may be included in future installments of the franchise along with live-service developments.
You can be sure that live-service microtransactions will treat players fairly, regardless of whether they made the purchase. Many Massively Multiplayer Online (MMOs) offer a subscription-based service. This allows players to gain more experience, unlock new abilities and receive premium currencies.
Different games, Different Strategies:
Different games offer different ways to make money. Apex Legends is a completely free game, but microtransactions allow players to purchase Battle Pass and accelerate their game progress. Destiny 2 however, uses a different strategy.
To access the most recent content, you will need to pay 60 dollars to buy the game. Ubisoft is a seasoned company in this area and we hope they will rely less on microtransactions in Infinity.
Assassin’s Creed Infinity is a bright future
Many AAA franchises use microtransactions in games. This has caused a deterioration in the game’s reputation, even before its launch. Prices are steadily rising and don’t seem to be decreasing. Developers and players have many new options thanks to the incorporation of live-service in the AC game.
Assassin’s Creed Infinity’s live service format is still in the early stages of development. These changes will set the franchise on a positive path.