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All Assassin’s Creed Games in Order & Ranked [UPDATED 2023]

Assassin's Creed Game OrderWant to play through all of the Assassin’s Creed games in order? In this post, we’ve listed every Assassin’s Creed game released since the first game in 2007.

The Assassin’s Creed Saga is an action-packed game full of blood, gore, and historical figures. If you are a gamer, you have likely heard of and played at least one of the Assassin’s Creed video games. And if you are a die-hard gamer, you own all of them.

With the release of Assassin’s Creed Mirage, the series now consists of 13 total installments, including plenty of DLC and other spin-off games. In total, the series has sold over 200 million copies, making it one of the best selling franchises in the gaming world.

Whether you’re just getting started with the series, or you’re hopping back in and you want to know where to start, this post lists all 13 Assassin’s Creed games in order. We’ve also listed our picks for the five best games in the series. Let us know what you think of our picks in the comments!

The Best Assassin’s Creed Games Ranked (Top 5)

Are you just looking for a quick list of some of the best Assassin’s Creed games that you can jump into? Below we’ve ranked the top five Assassin’s Creed games.

  1. Assassin’s Creed II (2009)
  2. Assassin’s Creed: Origins (2017)
  3. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (2013)
  4. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey (2018)
  5. Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla (2021)

Disagree with our Assassin’s Creed game rankings? Rank your top five AC games in the comment section below!

All Assassin’s Creed Games in Order of Release


1. Assassin’s Creed (2007)

Assassin's Creed

In the first installment of Assassin’s Creed, Desmond Miles voiced by Nolan North wakes up in a laboratory inside the Animus, which is a machine that allows him to relive the memories of his ancestor. He confronts the man responsible for bringing him to the Animus, only to be blackmailed by Vidic (Phil Proctor) for information only obtained by reliving the life of Altair.

When Desmond enters the Animus, he begins Altair’s story of retrieving the golden orb. When he fails his mission, his rank and weapons are taken from him. In order to reclaim his original title, he is sent on a mission to assassinate nine members of the Templar organization. Along the way, Altair must also collect data on each of the targets and report back.

Desmond is allowed some rest in between the trails of Altair, where he becomes immensely close with Dr. Vidic’s assistant, Lucy Stillman who is voiced by Kristen Bell. In these brief breaks, Desmond learns about modern-day Templars and what they are after.

Assassin's Creed - Full Game Walkthrough

System Requirements

For gamers with a budget gaming PC or a lower-end laptop, the original Assassin’s Creed will be easy to run as the game only requires a dual core processor, 2GB of memory, a DirectX 9.0-compatible graphics card, and 8GB of storage space.

2. Assassin’s Creed II (2009)

Assassin's Creed 2

In this second installment in the Assassin’s Creed Saga, Desmond is training to be a modern-day assassin with the help from another past ancestor. The Animus inserts into the memories of Ezio. Ezio’s story begins during the 15th century Renaissance. He watches as his father and brothers are hung. Following that, he escapes the city and heads toward his uncle Mario’s villa.

During Ezio quest for revenge, he gains a few allies: one being the legendary Leonardo de Vinci. De Vinci enhance many of the assassin tools Ezio took from his father using schematics found in Altair’s Codex pages.

Desmond and Dr. Vidic run into a bit of a roadblock when they discover that parts of Ezio memories are being protected and are unable to be detected by Animus.

Assassin's Creed 2 (II) - Full Game Walkthrough (No Commentary Longplay)

System Requirements

The 2nd Assassin’s Creed game will also run on any modern system with no problem. It requires that you have an Intel Core Duo E8200 or AMD Athlon II X4 620 processor, 2GB of RAM, a video card with 512MB of VRAM, and 17GB of hard drive space available.

3. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (2010)

Assassin's Creed - Brotherhood

The Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood game picks up where the previous games left off. Desmond, Lucy, Rebecca, and the rest of the gang set up camp in the ruins of the Villa Auditore. Once they are safe in hiding from the Templar, Desmond returns to live the life of Ezio.

The storyline of Ezio picks back up in 1499 when he exits the Vault. Ezio then returns home with his uncle Mario (Fred Tatasciore), only for Mario to be killed by Cesare. Cesare takes the Apple for himself and the Templars.

After the loss of his uncle, Ezio set out to restore Rome to its former glory by assassinating key players in Cesare’s organizing and sabotaging his resources. Ezio eventually recovers the Apple and hides it. When Desmond awakens, he is able to retrieve the Apple from what he has learned from Ezio’s remembers.

Assassin's Creed Brotherhood - Full Game Walkthrough (No Commentary Longplay)

System Requirements

AC: Brotherhood is also a non-demanding game for modern systems as it only requires a dual-core processor, 2GB of memory, a DirectX 9.0 video card, and 8GB of hard drive space available.

4. Assassin’s Creed: Revelations (2011)

Assassin's Creed - Revelations

In this installment of the Assassin’s Creed Saga, you see all three of the major characters as of now: Altair, Ezio, and Desmond. Ezio travels to 1511 A.D. Constantinople. Constantinople is divided into four districts: Constantine, Bayezid, Imperial, and Galata. The Templars completely populate the majority of the underground city of Cappadocia, which is where Ezio begins this journey.

While in Cappadocia, Ezio finds out that Altair has sealed an ancient artifact that could end he Templars forever. Ezio uses the relics of the First Civilization to relive Altair’s memories and experiences just like Desmond has been doing.

In the present day, though, Desmond is trapped inside of the Animus 2.0. He finds a safe mode called the Black Room where he must find a key memory that will link him back up with Altair and Ezio and wake him from his comatose state.

Assassin's Creed Revelations Remastered Full Game Walkthrough - No Commentary (4K 60FPS)

System Requirements

Similar to the first three installments of Assassin’s Creed, AC: Revelations won’t be too tough to run for most PC gamers. You’ll only need a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a DirectX 9.0-compatible GPU, and 12GB of space available on your SSD or HDD.

5. Assassin’s Creed III (2012)

Assassin's Creed 3

This fifth addition to the epic saga is set in 18th century America during the American Revolution. Assassin’s Creed III introduced a new character, Ratonhnhake:ton, also known as Connor. Connor’s father is the Grand Master of the Templar Order in the colonies.

Directly after the events of Revelations, Desmond and his gang find the Temple of the First Civilization in New York. Using the Apple of Eden, they are able to gain access to it. Juno influence causes Desmond to experience the life of Haytham Kenway in 1754 England once he reenters Animus. While inside his ancestor’s memories, Desmond learns that the Key does not open the Temple itself.

Once Ratonhnhake:ton (Conner) is born, the perspective does switch from Haytham to him. You learn how he became an assassin and of his trials and kills.

ASSASSIN'S CREED 3 Gameplay Walkthrough FULL GAME (4K 60FPS) No Commentary

System Requirements

AC III will be a bit more taxing on system’s than the first four games, but not my much. As long as you have a CPU and GPU that have come out in the last 7-8 years, you should be able to run AC II with no problems.

6. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (2013)

Assassin's Creed - Black Flag

You would think that Desmond dying would be the end of Absergo using him for information about his ancestors, but it is not. They take samples from Desmond’s corpse that allow them to continue searching his memories using the Animus’ cloud computing abilities. Absergo then hires someone that can look into the memories and relive the life of Edward Kenway.

Edward Kenway was an 18th century pirate and grandfather of Conner from the previous game. He uncovers a plot between Templars in the British and Spanish empires. They tend to use their positions of power to pinpoint the Sage. The Sage is the only person that can lead them to the Observatory, which is a First Civilization device that can be used to spy on anyone anywhere.

By accidentally killing Duncan, Edward is thrust into the Templar-Assassin society.

Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag FULL Walkthrough Gameplay - No Commentary (PC)

System Requirements

AC IV: Black Flag sees a small bump in system requirements, but, again, you won’t need a high-end gaming desktop to run the game. The game recommends that you have at least an Intel Core i5-2400S or an AMD Phenom II x4 940 processor, an NVIDIA GTX 260 or an AMD Radeon HD 4870 graphics card, as well as at least 4GB of RAM and 30GB of storage available.

7. Assassin’s Creed: Rogue (2014)

Assassin's Creed - Rogue

In this installment, the Colonial Brotherhood of Assassins adds a new recruit to their order: Shay Patrick Cormac. While in training in the North Atlantic chapter, he meets another assassin that goes by the name of Adewale. Adewale brings devastating news of an earthquake that destroyed Port-au-Prince.

Shay is then recruited to investigate the Templar’s interest in the Precursor artifact and manuscript that are linked to the temple that so happened to be in Port-au-Prince. Shay then impersonates a Templar courier and delivers the artifact to Benjamin Franklin that is voiced by Rick Jones. Benjamin experiments with electricity generate a map that shows all the locations of the Precursor temples. A temple in Lisbon holds the Piece of Eden. Shay is sent to retrieve it.

However, once he learns of the danger involved with retrieving a Piece of Eden, he decides to forgo the mission and steal the manuscript so no more destruction can happen. The Brotherhood catch him, though and shoot him before he can destroy the manuscript.

Assassin's Creed Rogue FULL Walkthrough Gameplay - No Commentary (PC Longplay)

System Requirements

AC: Rogue takes yet another small step up in terms of system requirements, but modern systems should be able to handle it as well. The game recommends having at least an Intel Core i5 2400s or AMD FX-6100 processor, an NVIDIA GTX 560Ti or AMD Radeon HD 6870 video card, 4GB of memory, and 12GB of available storage space.

8. Assassin’s Creed: Unity (2014)

Assassin's Creed - Unity

Assassin’s Creed: Unity begins in 1307. A Templar hides a sword and book in a crypt before being assassinated. You then see the memory flash forward to de Molay’s death and him cursing King Phillip IV and Pope Clement V.

In the present time, Bishop, a member of the modern-day Assassin Brotherhood, takes control of the memory. The memory moves forward to Versailles in 1776. In this memory, Arno Dorian meets Elise De La Serre. She is the daughter of the Templar Grand Master. After this the story skips forwards to Arno sneaking into a party to meet with Elise. When he sneaks out, he finds the Grand Master murdered and is mistaken as the killer.

After he escapes from his prison cell, he returns home to Elise only to be turned away. He then joins the Brotherhood and makes finding all the Templars involved with De La Serre’s murder his targets.

The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences gave Unity awards for its animation, art direction, and sound design.

ASSASSIN'S CREED UNITY Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 FULL GAME [4K 60FPS PC ULTRA] -  No Commentary

System Requirements

Despite being released the same year as Black Flag, AC: Unity saw a big jump up in system requirements. Still, most modern gaming PCs or laptops should be able to handle this 5-year-old game. The game recommends having at least and Intel Core i7-3770 or AMD FX-8350 processor, a GTX 780 or Radeon R9 290X video card, 8GB of RAM, 50GB of storage space available.

9. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate (2015)

Assassin's Creed - Syndicate

In this ninth installment of the Assassin’s Creed series, an assassin initiate is called upon to relive the lives of more assassins. This time around, the assassins happen to be twins Jacob and Evie Frye. The task is to find a Piece of Eden in London.

However, retrieving the Piece of Eden is more of a task since London has been overtaken by the Templar Grand Master, Crawford Starrick. Starrick’s agenda is to increase the Templars’ political power in the world. Little did he know that outside of London the Frye twins have already begun corrupting his plans.

Deciding to disobey the Brotherhood, the twins head to London where they meet an acquaintance of their father. Together, they begin defeating Templar controlled gangs and killing high ranking Templars. The end up forming their criminal gang called the Rooks and recruit various people with their mission.

Syndicated won the Game of the Year at both the 2015 GameSpot’s Game of the Year and the 2015 Canadian Videogame Awards.

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Full Game Walkthrough - No Commentary (4K)

System Requirements

AC: Syndicated recommends having at least an Intel Core i7-3770 or AMD FX-8350 CPU, a GTX 760 or Radeon R9 280X GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 50GB of storage space.

10. Assassin’s Creed: Origins (2017)

Assassin's Creed - Origins

In this tenth installment of the game, you go back to 49 BCE to meet Bayek and his son Khemu. They end up getting abducted by a group and masked men and taken to a vault in the Temple of Amun. There, the masked men give Bayek a dormant apple of Eden and try to force him to open a secret vault. While struggling to escape from their captors Bayek accidentally kills Khemu.

After the death of his son, Bayek’s goal is to kill all the men responsible for his father’s death. His quest leads to him various locations including Siwa and Alexandria. While in Alexandria, Bayek is introduced to Cleopatra who confirms that there are indeed more than the five men involved in Bayek’s death. There is a whole order known as the Order of Ancients, and their goal is to take over Egypt.

Cleopatra then reveals to Bayek who more of the members of the Order of Ancients are and tasks Bayek with killing them.

Origins won the Best Game, Game Design, and Best Performer (Abubakar Salim) awards at the 14th British Academy Games Awards.

Assassin's Creed Origins Full Game Walkthrough - No Commentary (4K)

System Requirements

Despite releasing nearly two years after AC: Unity, AC: Origins doesn’t have any different recommended system requirements. Origins recommends having at least an Intel Core i7-3770 or AMD FX-8350 processor, a GTX 760 or Radeon R9 280X graphics card, 8GB of RAM, and 50GB of storage space.

11. Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey (2018)

Assassin's Creed - Odyssey

The plot of this Assassin’s Creed begins with the battle of Thermopylae between the Spartans and the Persians. King Leonidas, the leader of the Spartan army, wins the battle, only to be informed that the Persians have found the mountain path.

In the present, King Leonidas spear has been recovered, and it holds DNA that can activate Animus. Inside Animus, the memory starts with the Misthios as a child. After being thrown off a mountain and survived, the Misthios flee to the island of Kephallonis.

Later, the Misthios is hired to assassinate the wolf of Sparta, only to find out that the Wolf of Sparta is none other than Nikolaos. The Misthios travels to Delph where they meet Herodotos and are warned about the Cult of Kosmos. The Cult of Kosmos wants them and their family gone. The Misthios decides to clear out the Cult before the Cult can seize control of Greece and get rid of them.

Odyssey won multiple awards, including Game of the Year by the Australian Games Awards, and the Statue of Liberty Award for the Best World by the New York Game Awards.

Assassin's Creed: Odyssey - FULL GAME - No Commentary

System Requirements

The second newest edition in the Assassin’s Creed Series, Odyssey, is a bit more demanding than the previous games. It still should run find on most mid-range desktops and laptops, though. In fact, a new RTX 3060 laptop should run this game just fine. It’s recommended requirements are an Intel Core i7-3770 or Ryzen 5 1400 processor, a GTX 970 or a Radeon R9 290 video card, 8GB of memory, 46GB of storage space available.

12. Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla (2021)

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If you like Vikings then the second newest installment of Assassin’s Creed is worth checking out. In the beginning of AC Valhalla, you travel back to 9th-century Norway and watch a viking town get raided by the warlord Kjotve through the eyes of Eivor Varinsdottir.

Years later, playing as Eivor, you will lead your clan to England as part of the Norse invasion and set a course forward for your clansmen. During the game, Eivor meets the Hidden Ones and joins them in their battle against the Order of the Ancients.

On March 10th, 2022, Ubisoft released the Dawn of Ragnarok expansion for Valhalla, which contains roughly 30+ hours of new gameplay content and a variety of new features.

With the introduction of a new Grammy award category (Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media), Valhalla became the first game in history to win a Grammy award in 2023. Stephanie Economou composed the soundtrack and was on stage to accept the award.

ASSASSIN'S CREED VALHALLA Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 [4K 60FPS PC] - No Commentary (FULL GAME)

System Requirements

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla comes with a minimum requirement of a Ryzen 3 1200/i5-4460 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and an R9 380/GTX 960 GPU and a recommeded requirement of a Ryzen 5 1600/i74790 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and an RX 570/GTX 1060 GPU. They have even given recommended requirements for 1440P and 4K systems as well, with 4K gameplay requiring a  Ryzen 7 3700X/i7-9700K, 16GB of RAM, and a RX 5700XT/RTX 2080 GPU.

13. Assassin’s Creed Mirage (2023)

Assassin's Creed Mirage

On September 10th 2022, Ubisoft revealed plans for their next release in the AC world, Assassin’s Creed Infinity. However, we learned that Assassin’s Creed Infinity will not be its own game, but rather a “hub” that will grant access to a variety of AC-themed content, including free-to-play games, multi-player games, and traditional AC-style games.

The first major title to be released within this new Assassin’s Creed hub will be Mirage. The game released in October 2023. While originally intended as an expansion pack for Valhalla, Mirage will now be released as a standalone title, officially becoming the 13th installment in the AC series.

Mirage will be set in Baghdad 20 years before the events of Valhalla and will follow Basim as he goes from common thief to full-on Assassin.

System Requirements

To run the new Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Ubisoft requires that you have at minimum an AMD Ryzen 5 1600 / Intel Core i7-4790K processor, an AMD RX 570 / Intel Arc A380 / NVIDIA GTX 1060 GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 40GB of storage available. The recommended requirements for averaging 60FPS on a 1080P monitor are an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 / Intel Core i7-8700K processor, an AMD RX 5600 XT / Intel Arc A750 / NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 40GB of storage available.

Assassin's Creed Mirage: Launch Trailer

What’s You Favorite Assassin’s Creed Game?

Have you played all of the Assassin’s Creed games? If so, which ones are your favorites? Let us know in the comment section below.

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  1. There are many factors for the best AC. The best one in my opinion is ACV cause rather than main quest and story you’ll never get tired of exploring the maps I’ve completed it four times and im still ready for another round

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  2. The one and only Ezio was a revolution in the series and my most favorite. It merged my first love to Italy that lead me studying Italian.

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  3. For me I think black flag was the best game. The naval warfare, the hunting and crafting, the weapons. But I think the best assassin’s creed game was origins. Perfect balance of the naval warfare from black flag. Vast landscapes with lots of mystery. I mean it’s Egypt after all. But Valhalla is a close one to follow. Even though the ending is some what confusing and disappointing. I wish to continue the story of eivor. And the fact there was no grand master fight just seems a bit odd. And as for Odyssey I love the land Scape, I love the gameplay but you can’t assassinate, I know they don’t have the braces yet but not even a foreshadow of a small blade to do it. And something about the fact I can fight for either side doesn’t sit all that well. I prefer to have a side

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  4. Assassin’s Creed brotherhood best game by far multiplier parkour undefeated n story mode had assassin disciples I could use for everything nothing has been the same since.

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  5. Honestly, I feel like the best AC game is Odyssey because you get to know the character(s) more by seeing the flashbacks of them before they became the misthios aka the assassin. Not only that but its easy to relate to the character(s) as well.

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    • odyssey is the worst game black flag is the best ac 2 is the best brotherhood nad other games odyssey should be called odyssey it does not deserve the ac title origins was better

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    • but the story is very bad for me beacuse im iranian persian and they killed cyrus the big very ez but the cyrus had the 44% and they killed him?? that ez cyrus was the bigeest king in all the history and the game is lieng to the players and its make me sad

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  6. As expected Assassin’s creed 2 will always be number 1 the gameplay the story everything was ahead of it’s time and still to this i play it and it never changes though it took me some time to get used it I’m patient when it comes to the best Assassin’s creed game (Requiescat in pace).

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  7. I believe everyone should by fat agree that Assassin’s Creed II is the peak and definition of the series’ best.

    1. Assassin’s Creed II
    2. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
    3. Assassin’s Creed: Origins
    4. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
    5. Assassin’s Creed: Revelations

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  8. Odyssey for sure!! So many boss fights and historical figures we know well! The thought behind this game is so respectable. I love anything modern day though so I hope future games tell more of the story! I can’t wait to get out of the animus and find out more!

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  9. Well I enjoy all the Assassins, but to me Unity was the most fun. I am 62 year old lady that absolutely love playing Assassins. The story line is always super cool. My only problem is I often challenge stronger opponents and the challenge behind it.

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  10. Imo Valhalla has been my favorite. I’m a 53 yr old grandmother and have played all the console Assassins creed games. I’m looking forward to the newest addition to the AC lineup…

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  11. Sorry but Valhalla and Odyssey aren’t AC games at all. AC1, AC2, Brotherhood, Revelations, AC3, Rogue, Unity, Syndicate, Black Flag are all better AC games because they actually are AC games. I think Valhalla is a good game and Odyssey was alright but they are terrible AC games.

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  12. My favourite were Black Flag (even though the ending left me feeling hollow), rouge and unity.

    3 was alright but i don’t understand why haythem was such a horrid person after having the most legendary father in the world (Edward)

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    • Don’t forget Altair’s Chronicles, Bloodlines, AC2: Discovery, Project Legacy, Rearmed, Tactics, Liberation, Pirates, Memories, Identity, Arno’s Chronicles, The Tower, Rebellion, Freerunners.

      They are all canon despite being mobile or browser games.

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  13. Im still on ACII and this shit’s a lot more entertaining than the first. It says that Desmond will prolly die on or before 6 (Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag) so ill stop playing it at that part. hehez.

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  14. There is zero possible way assassins creed black flag is on this list and III Isn’t. Y’all haven’t ever played these games huh 😂

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  15. I played all the assassins creed games up to black flag comfortably on a Intel dual core CPU, and a GTX 260. And have now played up to Valhalla using a i5-4460 CPU, with a GTX 970.

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  16. My favourite is “Syndicate”. I started playing it today, Sept 7/21 for the second time. I’ve also recently replayed “Battlefield 1”, “Call of Duty; Modern Warfare” from 2019, and “Battlefield 4”. I find these games that are a couple of years gone by, still great and better than the games today. I’m waiting for the “Crysis” trilogy to release so I can get into that as well. I love the Crysis games.

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  17. My favorite game so far is odyssey, but I just downloaded ezio I’m hoping for great things from the master assassin.

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  18. All of the assassins creed games are awesome. It’s also, cool how the older assassins creed games are based on the 1700s 1800s to 1900s . My favorite character of all the assassins creed games is Desmond Miles.

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  19. My order:
    1 – Black Flag
    2 – 2 and Rogue
    3 – Revelations
    4 – Origins
    5 – Brotherhood
    6 – Unity
    7 – Liberation
    8 – Syndicate and 3

    AC1 I never played and don’t care to, and Odyssey I just haven’t played yet. Origins is stunningly beautiful and the settings for Unity and Syndicate were awesome! I also liked the swamp setting for Liberation.

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    • No, I just finished the Origins game today. Beyek is the main character. He accidentally stabs his son (can’t remember it because he only pops up a few times within the game). Beyek is a medley (Pharaoh protector) who tries to restore order in Egypt and get revenge for the death of his son. Both his wife Aya and him try to restore order. Beyek goes around the country following the trail of the killer while Aya follows Cleopatra and puts her into power. Eventually Beyek and Aya fall out of love and agree they are destined for greater things. They are the ones who start the Assassin’s Creed group. Aya changes her name to Amunet to leave her past life (with Beyek) behind and becomes a leader in Rome (she follows Cleopatra to Rome after she married Caeser). Amunet’s the leader of the Assassin’s Creed of Rome. While Beyek leaves behind his old life as medjay and becomes the Assassin’s Creed leader in Egypt. It truly was a beautiful ending to the start of the Assassin’s Creed games.

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  20. I have loved all the games up until origins and the whole game changed I am currently playing Valhalla just to try it out but it’s not a patch on the older games

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  21. Assassins Creed Odyssey is by far my favorite of the assassins creed games, my second favorite would have to be origins.

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    • If you think the last 3 games are the best you are have never played the others which are by far better in every way better stories better fighting styles

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      • I played earlier games as well, and I think the controls are now more streamlined compared to earlier versions. I can’t build stories myself, so whatever they come up with I’m ok, but it shouldn’t be so obvious to guess. Music of Origins and Valhalla is good as well.

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        • The music is nothing compared to the sea shanties from black flag and the fighting styles in the 3 new ones they don’t have much variation like syndicates fast paced fighting for example and also don’t have anywhere near the amount of gadgets a good assassin has like the older games

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  22. i have played assasin’s creed rouge and am in the middle of black flag and orgins if anyone wants to know i got the rouge, black flag pack and i would recomend playing rouge first even tho black flag came out before because its easier and shows a lot more of the basic as where black flag is a bit harder and doesn’t show as much basic although overall black flag is a better game and has a better character, both are good games, but orgins is better than both of them

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  23. I don’t know which year (Maybe around 2016-2016), Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry is missing. It’s about freeing slaves from plantations & sailing around the seas. Might want to include this since it was fun to play.

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    • I played it as a dlc for black flag so I think they’re not including it as it’s own separate game, same thing with the other dlc expansions like Jack the Ripper for Syndicate

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  24. Assassin’s Creed Unity is best. I love the game. The end made me literally cry. The game was emotionally attached to me. No other game made me stick to it such and made me cry. Thank you Ubisoft for making such a good game, but give an update which changes story ending making Elise not to die, but to live with Arno forever. I didn’t experience any bug or frame loss.

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    • I didnt play unity yet, but i doubt that the story is as good as the ezio one. 2,brotherhood, revelations. These are the games where u play Ezio, even the intro was one of the best:Its a good life we live brother, Ezio: Ahhh… The best. (May it never change, and may it never change us) Ezio and his brother. For me that game was MAGNIFICENT

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  25. Just as a heads up for whoever made this page the main character of origins was bayek and his son was the one murdered also my favorite so far is syndicate

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  26. i think for me assasins creed origins would be the best
    for second is odyssey
    third is syndicate
    black flag was almost the third but i cause lot damage to my divice

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    • Origins and any assassin’s Creed game after is genuinely horrible. Assassin’s Creed should never have a fucking equipment rarity system because it just ruined the franchise and will continue to do this until they delete it permanently.

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      • Odysseus is an extremely well made game, that has a huge world and incredibly interesting storyline. The rarity system didn’t ruin the game lmao. Plenty of very successful games such as the Witcher that incorporate this system. This system makes sense in a vast open world. My favorite ac is revelations and I’ve played all the games from ac 2 to ac 4, plus syndicate and odyssey. Let me tell you something, a franchise can’t have seven games that continue to please fans, stay interesting, and make profit by not making any changes aside from location/story. This franchise needed to evolve and it’s going to continue to do so. I was skeptical of these new games at first, but odyssey is a very well made game and I’m much excited for valhalla.

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        • Odyssey was terrible. The story was OK, but there no love story. If there even was, it was just scandalous acts with strangers. Yes, it did have a big map but none of it was worth exploring. Mainly because the side quests were terrible and the game forced you to do them to “level up”. The side quests were just killing someone or finding something. Also, the combat was atrocious. You would have to hit your opponent 1,000,000 times for them to die and the combat didn’t feel smooth. The way you had to be a certain level to fight someone or put on equipment so annoying and was a real buzz kill. Also, you shouldn’t be comparing an assassin’s creed game to an rpg game. There was no hoods and hidden blades and barely any parkour, all of which made assassin’s creed, assassin’s creed! 3/10

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  27. I’d have to say my favourite was definitely 2, followed closely by brotherhood, then revelations, then 3, and then black flag and unity ranked equally.
    The only reason I couldn’t get myself to like the first game is, when I played it, the lack of a counter system caused me too many deaths. I had no clue how to properly hold up a fight without it, especially in larger groups..
    It would just be me running around waiting for a bit of health to restore before finally being able to continue fighting.

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  28. Odyssey is the culmination, so far, and the best of the series even though it isn’t exactly Templars vs assassins. I’ve played every game in the main Canon and currently have every one from 3 on.

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    • I don’t know, might be nostalgia speaking, but I felt like AC 2 was most captivating, at least story wise.
      Also, It used to be the best assassin game there was, now it’s just one of the many action fighters, and the fighting mechanics are rather poorly executed too, in my opinion. Every fight feels so repetitive, it’s impossible not to get bored when trying to get 100% completion, whilst you used to have, not only a lot more ways to kill enemies, every hit seemed to connect perfectly, especially counters, unlike the current system.

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      • Every hit connected in the older games because the engine made sure it did. As long as you were fairly near your target and pressed attack your character would automatically move into range and both them and the target would execute the animation.
        Newer games use a hitbox, when you attack of tracks your weapon and it connects it passed through the enemy hitbox. Distance and facing become way more important since the game isn’t moving you around automatically. Having someone get behind you is a major problem since since you can’t just block and counter from any direction. It also means always having to use a specific attack on a specific enemy type is no longer a thing.

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  29. Mine is oddysey cause it’s in Greece and it mentions alot of Greek gods and I’m really into Greek stuff like Mt. Olympus and demi gods.
    I would say that my face god is zues or Hades

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  30. not related to article but it is reliable to the series…

    so what if the order of ancients is leftovers of the cult which we know becomes the templars soo I saying we are getting the introduction to templars vs assassins in Valhalla

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  31. Origins is wrong, [SPOILERS] Khemu is the son and he dies, Bayek is the father and he gets revenge. I can’t say for any of the other games, I’ve only played Odyssey, Origins, Syndicate, II and Black Flag.

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  32. Waiting for Valhalla to make it on the list, is anyone else as excited as I am? Vikings, Assassins, Templar’s (maybe the beginning of their order[?]), fucking Norse mythology. It doesn’t get better yo.

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  33. i like Assessins creed 3. its controls and comfortable combat experience.
    Unity has great realastic graphics.
    And 1,2 are the best stories.

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  34. In Assassin’s Creed Origins, Bayek is the main protagonist who accidentally kills his son, Khemu, and seeks revenge on the ancients of the order who he blames for the death of his son

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  35. Good article, AC liberations (between 3 and black flag) is missing, and some thorough proofreading is needed, but I enjoyed the recap and now I know which game to get next.

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  36. The earlier stuff, for instance AC1, AC2, Ac Brotherhood was amazing and is what got me in to playing. The storylines, the theme and the adaptation was magnificent. It was out thereon its own platform. I feel the newer storylines are too commercial and as a whole AC has lost that appeal of what it once had. It wont stop me buying the games, but nothing beats the Etzio Empire.

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  37. Vikings are cool i cant wait for them to come to the ac serse sorry my spelling

    im a assassins creed logo maker i am going to make a valola Viking tipe banner.
    enyway my fav ac is roge, black flag, ac 3

    my youtube is jono morriessey

    my tiktok is. the_creed

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  38. I loved Assassin’s Creed I all the way up to Rogue. Unity was terrible, and so was Origins. Syndicate and Odyssey were okay. If I had to choose an absolute favorite then I would have to go with Black Flag. I’m really into the pirate era so that’s what did it for me. Also heard a rumor that Vikings is going to be the next era, and if that’s true then there’s absolutely no doubt that the new one will be my top Assassin’s Creed. I’m a Viking Fanatic, what can I say? Anyways, one of the best gaming franchises ever 💯🙌🏻

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    • Hey man, sorry but I do not agree with your opinions on Assassin’s Creed Unity, it’s my favorite and it is the only game which is emotionally attached to me and it’s ending made me cry, not other had done such an effect on me. And I’ve experienced no bugs and glitches at all. Also there were no frame losses

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  39. Assassin’s Creed I, AC II, AC brotherhood, AC revelations, AC III and AC Blag Flag were the best assassin’s creeds. I hate the new ones for an example origins and odyssey. Unity and syndicate were ok.

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  40. I have to say ever since I played the first Assassin’s Creed I loved it!
    I haven’t played all of them, I believe there’s just 3 out of the Assassin’s Creed series that I haven’t played!
    But anyways I’m trying to catch up as of right now I’m playing Assassin’s Creed 4 Black Flag and that’s my favorite!!! 😎🤙🏾💯
    Can’t wait to play Assassin’s Creed Origins!!! so therefore I don’t know but I think Origins might beat Assassin’s Creed 4 as my favorite, I’m not sure but we’ll see I’m pretty sure Origins might beat Assassin’s Creed 4 for me!

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