Assassin's Creed Games List
Since the first games’ 2007 release date, the Assassin’s Creed series has grown to one of the staples of modern gaming. Each game is a trip back in time to various historical periods and locations, meeting famous figures, and fighting your order’s ancestral enemies, the Templar order in all its versions. There are plenty of games in the main series, so fan of any time period should find something to bite into, and our deals make the prices low and easy on the wallet.
All main series Assassin's Creed games in order of release
Taking place during the Crusaders, the story sends you, as Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad to Jerusalem, Acre and Damascus in pursuit of information about a powerful artifact called the Apple of Eden. It also sets up the modern half of the storyline, and the idea of exploring the genetic memory of one’s ancestors.
Assassin’s Creed II, Brotherhood, Revelations
Three games follow the story of Ezio Auditor da Firenze, a young noble turned revenge-fuelled assassin and, eventually the master assassin of Renaissance Italy, a friend to Leonardo da Vinci and an enemy of the Borgia family. The Ezio trilogy is also a rare instance of several games following the same assassin.
Assassin’s Creed III
AC3 takes the story and the action to the American Revolution and puts you in the shoes of Ratonhnhaké:ton, a half-Mohawk half-English young man who gets tangled not only in fighting against Templars, but also takes indirect part in the Revolutionary War.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
Black Flag follows Ratonhnhaké:ton’s grandfather, Edward Kenway, a Welsh pirate living his best life sailing the Caribbean, looking for treasures and engaging in sea battles. Of course, there are also plenty of missions involving the regular iconic Assassin’s Creed gameplay as well.
Assassin’s Creed Rogue
An odd one out in the series, Rogue shows us a unique perspective on things because it puts us in the shoes of Shay Cormac Patrick, a disillusioned Assassin who decided to work with the Templars. If you wanted to join the other side of the conflict, AC Rogue is your chance to do that.
Assassin’s Creed Unity
Unity takes place in France during the revolution and the recreation of the city of Paris is nothing short of fantastic. What other game (series) would let you climb the Notre Dame cathedral? Thanks to a vivid setting, interesting characters and good story, Unity is well worth checking out now.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
AC Syndicate lets us visit Victorian London. There are two playable characters: Evie and Jacob, two sibling assassins who also have their own gang, called the Rooks. In addition to dealing with the templars we also get to meet plenty of historical figures, such as Charles Darwin and Florence Nightingale.
Assassin’s Creed Origins
A soft reboot of the series’ identity, Origins took the action way back to the Ptolemaic Egypt of 48 BCE. The combat system became more dynamic and engaging, and the series started leaning hard into including RPG elements such as dialogues, loot, and unlocking abilities with skill points.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
The events of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey take place between 432 – 422 BCE, during the Peloponnesian war. At the beginning of the game you have a choice of two characters to complete the story as, and the RPG elements from Origins are explored further. Oh, and you get to fight some mythological monsters!
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
With Valhalla the AC series has finally found its way to the Viking age, and lets players settle England as a Norse warrior named Eivor and their (Eivor can be male or female) clan. AC Valhalla offers a beautiful open world filled with thematic activities, great combat, and lore about the mighty First Civilisation.