Assassin’s Creed is among the most successful franchises in the gaming world. Developed and published Ubisoft, the series has become Ubisoft’s best-selling franchise. Adding to its latest installment comes the much-anticipated Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, a  game set within London in 1868 during the Industrial Revolution, however reports suggest that the game may may not turn out to be what many await.

Based on their press tour set in London, NX Gamer recently made a publication regarding Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, that may become a not so good news for eagerly waiting fans. The technical analysis of the game reveals that Syndicate is just as broken as Unity was.

During their testing NX Gamer found issues from disappearing sound effects to non-effective killings from high spot. The problems were so many that, as the speaker claims, they couldn’t be listed down on a twenty minutes playthrough. Now all does not seem lost when we learn that this is just a pre-alpha, the french publisher defiantly has time to resolve many if not all of the issues highlighted.

Concerns still remain at large, partly due to the Ubisoft’s, Assassin’s Creed Unity record. We certainly hope that the developers will be able to deliver a complete game. The official release date for the game is set to be October 23, 2015 for PlayStation 4 & Xbox One. The game will arrive to your PC’s at November 19, 2015.

In other news, Creative Producer Jean Pierre Kellams told at the  Xbox One fanfest in Tokyo that their studio had always alot of love for Microsoft’s Xbox and they had been in negotiations with the company for quite a while to make the deal happen. The deal which was to make Scalebound an Xbox One exclusive.

Will the tragedy of Unity be repeated? Share yo;re valued opinions in the comment section below.