The Assassin’s Creed series is one of the most popular in video games. There’s a reason it’s Ubisoft’s flagship franchise and why the studio seriously plans on going all in with its upcoming AC titles as the series will be getting a lot more games in the coming years. Music to the ears of a lot of people, but none more than this one player who revealed they have completed every single game in the series. Not just their stories, but all of their achievements too.
FatalDarkprince is the player in question, sharing their incredible achievement on the r/gaming subreddit. “I do not remember making that decision. This life, it chose me,” the post reads, an iconic quote from Ezio, the character most synonymous with Assassin’s Creed. Coupled with that quote is a screenshot proving FatalDarkprince has accrued every single achievement the series has to offer, sharing their 100 percent Gamerscore in no fewer than 13 different games.
As if that wasn’t already impressive enough, it was pointed out after FatalDarkprince shared their accomplishment that there are technically more than 13 games included in the final tally. They have counted The Ezio Collection as one game although it’s technically three. Made up of Assassin’s Creed 2, Brotherhood, and Revelations, just in case you were wondering where they are on the list. You can toss two more games onto the massive Gamerscore pile if you like to make it a round 15.
The player responsible for this feat claims it took them around 1,000 hours to get every achievement in all of these games. Pretty remarkable if so as bigger Assassin’s Creed games like Valhalla and Odyssey could easily have taken well over 100 hours each of that total playtime. In fact, a quick look at FatalDarkprince’s profile reveals they’ve spent more than eight days playing Odyssey. Not necessarily evidence the 1,000 hours figure isn’t true. They clearly love the games and may have simply started from scratch over and over again.
As for the games from the series they love the most, the player claims Black Flag is the heart of the series. Terrific news for them if the Black Flag remake rumors are true, provided they can face completing the game all over again. Personally, if I had spent as long as they have with any series of games, I’m not sure I could ever play them again.
That doesn’t appear to be the case here, and FatalDarkprince is likely eager to dive into a Black Flag remake, not to mention the numerous other Assassin’s Creed titles Ubisoft has confirmed. Mirage this October, and then Red and Hexe after that, the former set in Feudal Japan.
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