No-Damage Assassin’s Creed Rogue Run Demonstrates Templar Dominance

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No-Damage Assassin's Creed Rogue Run Demonstrates Templar Dominance

In an astounding no-damage run of Assassin’s Creed Rogue, one incredibly competent player managed to deftly achieve the high-seas Templar title.

In an incredible challenge run of Assassin’s Creed Rogue, a highly talented player completes the game without sustaining any damage. The 2014 entry of the historical fiction franchise takes a different approach than the rest of the series, with players taking on the character of Templar enforcer Shay Patrick Cormac. A skilled fan recently finished a no-damage run of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, and the game’s sequel, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, has also been conquered.

Assassin’s Creed Rogue and Assassin’s Creed Unity were launched in November 2014, with the two games having a similar storey but vastly distinct gameplay. Rogue is the sequel to Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, while Unity concentrated on franchise hallmarks like parkour, stealth, and an urban historical setting. The game focuses on the naval battle, with players steadily improving their ship as they sail across the Atlantic Ocean and explore a replica of America in the mid-to-late 1750s. Due to the modest size of Cormac’s ship, the Morrigan, the thick Mohawk Valley may also be navigated, providing additional environmental variety. In addition, Lisbon, the Palace of Versailles, and New York City are among the Assassin’s Creed‘s trademark historical landmarks that make a return.

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YouTuber Hayete Bahadori recently accomplished a flawless playthrough of Assassin’s Creed Rogue, following up on their no-damage run of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. According to Hayete‘s Reddit post, the 2014 title is effectively a shortened version of Black Flag, making this no-damage run much more fun. However, to ultimately complete the run without taking any damage outside of scripted situations, it took eight playthroughs totalling around 40 hours of gaming. In addition, one assignment at the end of the game appears to have made the challenge run particularly difficult, requiring the player to grind for resources to adequately improve their spacecraft for combat.

Hayate Bahadori’s no-damage challenge runs look back at the Assassin’s Creed franchise’s history, while other fans look forward to the franchise’s future. According to recent reports, the next instalment in the historical science-fiction tale will use a live-service model. Still, Ubisoft has stated that Assassin’s Creed Infinity will not be free-to-play. According to leaks and rumours that support Assassin’s Creed Infinity as the project’s title, the next iteration will transport players to various places and historical periods. New eras will reportedly be introduced to Infinity regularly, but the game has yet to be officially announced by Ubisoft, save from a vague acknowledgement.

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Assassin’s Creed Rogue is a big open-world game; thus Hayete Bahadori’s no-damage run of the game is rather astounding. After nearly five hours of gameplay, the skilled challenge-runner never takes a scratch of damage, dominating their adversaries and breezing through every task of all six Sequences. Bahadori is set to control every modern chapter of Ubisoft’s classic historical epic, with Assassin’s Creed Unity next on the agenda.

Sources: Hayete Bahadori/YouTubeHayete/Reddit