/Let’s Rank Assassin’s Creed Games, From Worst To Best

Let’s Rank Assassin’s Creed Games, From Worst To Best

Six Assassin's Creed characters stand in front looking heroic.

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Nothing is true; everything is allowed… but you can trust the ranking of this list assassin’s Creed Games from worst to best.

The basic concepts established by the first assassin’s Creed have remained relatively unchanged. Take historical places and people and bring them into a big open world. Relive the lives of past ancestors through science and DNA samples. How does it work!? Stop asking questions and start climbing towers.

While the basic format has stayed the same, a lot has changed. The series began with Desmond Miles and a group of friends trying to defeat the evil Templars in the present day by going back in time. But the modern stuff fell by the wayside until it returned in the most recent games. And the series has often experimented in bizarre and sometimes successful ways.

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Ubisoft has a habit of trying anything in these games. One of them contained a tower defense mode. Some of them feature naval warfare. Some have multiple characters. And just about every type of hacking and puzzle minigame you can think of has been featured in over 14 games on almost every platform released since Xbox 360.

Despite everything, the ups and downs, the series has been a favorite of many my city staff members, so we all got together and yelled at each other and put together this list. In the end, we all mostly agreed with the ranking. (Some who don’t like Assassin’s Creed III they were angry. Some who liked Unit they were angry too.)

Something to take into account! Not all games in the franchise are on this list. We omit phone games and browser games. We also do not count the ezio trilogy as a separate game and we are not ranking or taking DLC ​​into consideration. The movie is not here either. (If it were, it would be the last.) Let’s continue.

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