This time, rumours of two more have been revealed, and they are names that have already been appearing since before.
Softpedia reports that the two unrevealed assassins may be Killer Croc and Lady Shiva, two names which have been rumoured since earlier this year, even before the appearance of the other now-named assassins.
Lady Shiva is, at least, a real assassin in the field, so that makes her pretty much a standard choice. However, she may not be the most well-known Batman villain around, but that hasn't stopped WB Montreal, as a lot of the assassins and villains in the latest installment "Batman: Arkham Origins" are not as well known as most.
Killer Croc has also appeared in previous rumours as a possible villain back in September. He was rumoured alongside Magpie, though the latter has not yet been approved (and possibly will no longer be if the recent rumour holds true).
The new rumours are based on leaked images that are reminiscent of what was seen in the video from Electrocutioner's debut at a New York event.
So far, the confirmed assassins include Firefly, Copperhead, Death Stroke, Bane, Deadshot and Electrocutioner. Two more slots to go --- will the rumours hold?
'Assassin's Creed 4' Details its Stealth Weapon Array
Ubisoft is gearing up for the release of "Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag" as it recently released a number of infographics detailing what each weapon can do in times of battle.
Since "Assassin's Creed" is mainly a stealth game that makes you utilise the art and strategy of hiding in the shadows and attacking from behind. Some of the weapons that can take up the center stage of the game include the hidden blade, the smoke bomb, the blow pipe, the sleep dart, the berszerk dart and stalking zones.
"AC4" hidden blade naval infographic (Credit: Ubisoft)
"You can take on most missions any way you like, but if you want to fully embrace the Creed and slip in and out completely undetected, we have a handful of infographics showing the many options available," said Anne Lewis, Communications Associate at Ubisoft, through the Ubisoft Blog.
AC4 blowpipe naval infographics (CREDIT: Ubisoft)
Check out the complete infographics at the Ubisoft link to see all your options and how you can best use them.
Rockstar may Already Have Follow-up to 'GTA 5'
While "GTA 5" is still enjoying a pretty sweet spot in the limelight, developer Rockstar Games may already be working on the follow-up. This does not mean "GTA 6" though, but rather a follow-up game to hopefully the same success as "GTA 5."
According to IGN, it was found in a Rockstar employee's online LinkedIn profile, the developers have been revealed to be working on a new IP and a famous one at that.
Some of the speculated titles include "Red Dead Redemption" (a sequel has been too long in coming), a "Bully" game (based on past talk with Rockstar boss Dan House) or even a possible "GTA" offshoot.
The "GTA 5" PC version is still fast gaining traction even though this is just a rumour. In fact, every time the "GTA 5" PC port has been rumoured, it seems that fans become even more rabid and excited.
Any thoughts of the possible new game that Rockstar is working on? Which one would you like to see on Rockstar's list?
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