Assassin's Creed Would Have Shipped Without Side Quests if it Wasn't for Ubisoft CEO's Kid

They thought it was boring.Update: The Twitter account in question has now made their profile private so, unfortunately, we can no longer host the tweet which tells this story.Original story: Here’s a rather unexpected but interesting fact for you to digest on this bank holiday weekend. Assassin’s Creed, that’s the 2007 original released on PlayStation 3, was going to launch without side missions until Yves Guillemot’s child played the game and thought it was boring. Because of that, the team at Ubisoft had just five days to implement a series of optional activities to give the player something to do off the beaten path.Read the full article on pushsquare.com Source: Read More: Assassin's Creed Would Have Shipped Without Side Quests if it Wasn't for Ubisoft CEO's Kid

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