Back in August Final Fantasy XV was given some free Assassin's Creed themed DLC in the form of The Assassin Festival. "Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag" and "World in Conflict" should remain on the user's account even when promotion has ended as long as they've been downloaded correctly, as per PCGamesN. A Nightmare difficulty level will be added, making enemies "more resilient to damages and more risky", according to the blog post.
Another new feature is enemy scaling. Ubisoft says you should be at least level 32 to play Horde mode, but of course you can give it a go at a lower level. A gif showing chocobo tail feathers is shown after noting "a new surprise quest" will be among the December 2017 additions. The event quest, Here Comes a New Challenger, will introduce you to Horde mode to satisfy your warrior longings. Then again, anything is possible, considering the recently announced crossovers between Assassin's Creed and Final Fantasy. "There's a lot of respect between the two teams and we couldn't be more thrilled with the opportunity to pay homage to each other's work".
Warriors star Curry suffers ankle injury
X-rays came back negative on Curry's injured right ankle, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Curry's right foot rolled over Moore's foot and the Warriors point guard fell to the floor.
A new title update will be released in December.
There are still no specific dates as to when the huge update will roll out, so no choice but to wait.
Senior UN official to visit North Korea this week
He will meet with North Korean government officials, United Nations officials and the diplomatic corps there, the spokesman said. The North declared that it has completed its "state nuclear force" with the latest Hwasong-15 test.
Here's a brief description of "Assassin's Creed IV: "Black Flag": "[In this game], you are Edward Kenway, a pirate out to make a name for himself on the tumultuous Caribbean seas by sailing your ship among the isles in search of plunder, attacking enemy vessels, and diving below the waves for lost treasures.
Manafort Broke Gag Order, Ghost Wrote Op-Ed With Kremlin Connected Colleague
It was unclear what name the op-ed would use as the author, or what publication it was to appear in. Prosecutors did not name the colleague but noted the person is based in Russian Federation .