360 Version Of Assassin’s Creed Is Having Some Issues…..

Ubisoft’s next Prince of Persia title dressed up in a “Assassin’s Creed” coating seems to be having some issues. It seems that Ubisoft is having some issues fitting all of the game’s information into the Xbox 360 DVD disc. In an interview with Pro-G Assassin’s Creed creative director Patrice Desilets said the following…

Both have their own challenges. Right now we have a big challenge on the 360 to make it fit on a DVD, to put five languages, to put all the data on eight gigs. On the Blu-ray side we’re really good, but then the memory is quite different.

Word has it that the projected November release of Assassin’s Creed could be pushed back to early 2008 if Ubisoft continues to have problems with the storage. Let’s hope Ubisoft pulls through this hardship.

Assassin’s Creed struggling to fit on 360 DVD [Pro-G]

-Michael “Thrills Killa” Pacheco-

6 Responses

  1. I have an idea… stop being lazy and don’t put 5 languages on the disc!

  2. Normally this would require some sort of Jade Raymond comment from me, but I think I’ll not mention it this time. Oh wait a minute, I just did. Anyway, if the the DVD9 truly is a limitation then hopefully the Ubisoft Montreal software engineers can figure this one out.

    If the game were to be delayed I don’t think I’d be to sad considering all of the money I’ve already spent without Novembers games even a thought yet. Plus, it’ll give Jade Raymond “fans” a little while longer to see her in the spotlight.

  3. God damnit, just make all 360 games require a hard drive and use that for storage, if you don’t have a hard drive by now, well then you should just go back one generation and play PS2 and Xbox.

  4. @will – I hear Jade is posing in Maxim for the December cover! :O

  5. The hard drive is hardly going to fix anything if they can’t even FIT every thing on the disc. That’s more of a loading thing than anything else.

    I wonder if this would even be a remote issue if it wasn’t for all the languages they’re including.

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