Ubisoft has already confirmed that it’s going to skip a year and not release a new Assassin’s Creed title in 2016. It has taken a year off to evaluate the franchise and possibly come out with a new title that adds fresh flair to Assassin’s Creed. Ubisoft is now calling on fans of the franchise to help it make sense of the in-game economy for the next title. It wants to know what worked or didn’t work in markets, upgrade trees and the in-game economies in general.
Ubisoft is conducting this exercise because it’s seeking to collect constructive criticism from its fans so that it can use all of the information it gets to develop an in-game economy that’s bound to appeal to a sizeable chunk of the franchise’s fan base.
“We know that the economy is really important part of the gameplay experience, and having a satisfying economy makes doing missions, resource grinds, rewards, upgrades, etc. all the more exciting when done in a balanced way,” writes community manager Grace Orlady in a post on Reddit.
Those who are interested in providing feedback that can potentially help shape a major component of the gameplay experience can head over to the post on Reddit where they can comment and provide their feedback.
No word as yet on when the next Assassin’s Creed game will be out. Ubisoft hasn’t even confirmed where it will be based, but rumor has it that the game might be based in Egypt.