Ranking Every Assassin’s Creed Video Game From Worst To Best


Assassins Creed is if not one of most popular video game franchises ever made. First Game Released in 2007 showed something new to the gaming world and it was not perfect but it was really good at the time it was released. Recently The Franchise has been getting a lot of hate for its annual releases and that’s why Ubisoft took a step backward and decided to skip a year which is going to be a great thing for maintaining franchise quality. In Excitement of Origin, we ranked every assassin creed every made.

9. Assassin’s Creed Unity (2014)

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Assassin’s Creed Unity may be an incredible piece of architecture, but that’s sadly all it is. – Digital Trends
While its myriad of technical issues are certainly detrimental to anyone’s enjoyment, it’s the lack of ambition in reinventing its aging mechanics and tired mission design that leave Unity treading water. – Thunderbolt
Assassin’s Creed Unity takes part in revolutionary Paris, but there is no sign of gameplay revolution. Game suffers with technical issues, one can smell the free-to-play principles and there isn’t anything fresh. But the game looks beautiful anyway. – Games.cz

8. Assassin’s Creed (2007)

Everything except Altair’s athletics feels underdeveloped and painfully shallow, making the end result an overhyped attempt to recoup the development costs for something that’s little more than an extended tech demo. – GameCritics
Assassin’s Creed is a disappointing, repetitive game filled with horrendously long and unnecessary cut scenes, a boring plot, tedious chores, and significant difficulty problems — it’s a game with a few great ideas but absolutely no idea how to implement them…Once you get past all that, however, there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t be able to have a hell of a fun time with it. – Destructoid
That sense of freedom offered aside, its design is hopelessly outdated at best and laborious to the point of perpetual boredom at worst. Once the initial lustre of Assassin’s Creed’s world wears off after a few hours, what’s left is a flimsy, soulless gameplay experience, struggling under the weight of a painfully ponderous, woefully hackneyed narrative which only serves to drag things down further. – IGN UK

7. Assassin’s Creed: Revelations (2011)

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If you’re new to Assassin’s Creed or the genre, go buy the first game on Steam, don’t waste your time with this if it’s your first entry into the series. – DarkZero
Multiplayer is the only thing that makes Revelations worth its price (and if you’re still interested in the story, just go watch the ending on YouTube). – Absolute Games
I think the biggest “revelation” to come out of this most recent Assassin’s Creed title is that the series has reached a burnout state. I hope the team takes a break and gets back to the drawing board to analyze how the series itself can move forward, and to be innovative again, rather than being hard pressed to meet a release date. – GameSpy

6. Assassin’s Creed 3 (2012)

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Bloated and hubristic, Assassin’s Creed III is a shocking disappointment. If you adored Assassin’s Creed II, you would be better served replaying that and forgetting this even exists. [Jan 2013, p.77] – PC PowerPlay
Assassin’s Creed III proves to be, despite its promises, a rather indecisive game. It comes with so many strong elements, that it could have been the best Assassin’s Creed ever, but it fails to harmonically balance those elements. [January 2013] – PC Master (Greece) 
Assassin’s Creed III may not be the sequel I hoped for, but it remains another solid entry in the time-bending franchise. The setting is a lot of fun to explore and the first half really works on a storytelling level. Unfortunately, the quality is thwarted by a weak villain, boring hero, and frustrating mission designs. Couple that with a disappointing ending and it’s hard to be enthusiastic about Ubisoft’s latest Assassin’s Creed game. – Gaming Nexus

5. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (2015)

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For all that I’m down on Assassin’s Creed as a whole, Syndicate is at least one of the better entries in the series. And there is admittedly a certain charm to familiarity—a ritualistic quality, as every year I load up the latest entry and proceed through its bevy of re-skinned content. “Hello, old friend. Nice to see you again. My, you haven’t changed a bit.”…But Assassin’s Creed has long since been surpassed by its imitators, from Mad Max to Arkham City to Shadow of Mordor to Sunset Overdrive to Tomb Raider. What they lack in recreating a period of history, they make up for by offering something a modicum different. – PCWorld
It’ll do nothing to shake the series’ reputation for check-box collectibles and all-too-familiar mission types, but Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate plays to the structural strengths of a terrific Victorian London setting, enjoyable characters, and a few smart, iterative design changes. – PC Invasion
The aging Assassin’s Creed franchise begs to be retooled and refreshed, and the paint-by-the-numbers Syndicate is yet more proof of that. – Riot Pixels

4. Assassin’s Creed Rogue (2013)

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While walking in the shoes of a Templar sounds promising, Assassin’s Creed Rogue’s dull story, uninspired characters, and largely recycled visuals offer little the franchise hasn’t already done better. – GamesRadar+
Assassin’s Creed: Rogue is not just a shameless commercial operation. Yes, it uses the same assets of last year and yes, it really brings nothing new. But the plot has been able to reveal some nice surprises, magnifying the lore of this famous saga in a way that we could’ve never imagined. – SpazioGames
Being more of an epilogue than a sequel, Rogue falls short of delivering a full-fat experience. – VideoGamer

3. Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag (2013)

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An energetic new protagonist, a focus on piracy and pillaging, excellent naval combat and a huge, beautiful open world make Black Flag an easy game to recommend, and a decent way to kick off the next generation. – games(TM)
Beyond the underwhelming main campaign, Black Flag delivers a world brimming with gorgeous places to go, amazing secrets to discover, and nefarious pirates to stab. – IGN
There’s only so many times, however, that you can tolerate the poorly-defined stealth and terrible AI. –VideoGamer

2. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (2010)

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Considering Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood as a total package, it’s just barely worth full price. There’s a decent quantity of content, but the amount that’s recycled from the last game is stunning, a purely cynical ploy to squeeze out more money in lieu of preserving any semblance of artistic integrity. – Wired
Those wanting more from Ezio, and to revel in the period set in Assassins Creed II for a little longer, will find fond memories in Assassins Creed Brotherhood; however I couldn’t shake the feeling that I’d seen it all before and was being dragged along for the same old ride. – Console Monster
Nobody could have predicted this. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is fan service of the highest order, all the while breaking new ground with a terrific multiplayer experience.  – PALGN

1. Assassin’s Creed 2 (2009)

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Fantastic narrative aside, the most important thing to know about AC2 is that it won’t make you want to throw your controller through your TV like the first game did. – GameSpy

ACII so satisfyingly delivers upon every aspect first laid out in its prequel, as well as many new gameplay elements and non-gameplay additions that transcend the medium, that it is difficult to offer anything but praise for this superb title. – GamerNode
Few games so deftly balance the contrasting qualities achieved here. It’s at once both epic and intimate, earnest and lighthearted. The scale of it is truly magnificent, but often its largest and most moving moments come from the smallest and most carefully composed scenes. [Jan 2010, p.62] – GamePro
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