Assassin's Creed: Rogue
is fun. It's pretty much a refined Black Flag
but that's not a bad thing. The sailing has gotten a few tweaks. Since you don't have to worry about the abysmal Kenway's Fleet thing you can salvage any captured ships for money, I took down a very
injured Man O' War and salvaged it for like fifteen hundred pounds. They also shifted some of the weapons. You have explosive shot in your chasers, fire oil for your fight which instead of laying mines lays a lit oil slick of pain. You can also shoot icebergs to create swells that will take down gunboats and schooners outright. Little thing for me, but the Morrigan
is in generally better repair than the Jackdaw
. I was getting tired of the starboard plank that never gets fixed.
On the land Cormack tends to move a little surer than any previous Assassin except maybe Connor. I think they shored up some of the vertical climbing. They also don't hold back the various darts for long.