Every aspect of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag has been previewed over the past few months. The game's open world has been touted, along with the seemingly never-ending waves of ship-to-ship sea combat. Publisher Ubisoft even found time to work up a trailer for the place traditional Assassin's Creed stealth kills will have in the game. Side-mission activities such as fort assaults, underwater diving, and shark hunting round out the many options available to players.
With all of this information now public, if it were not for the story of Edward Kenway still waiting it might be easy to imagine having played it already. So, what could there possibly be left to say? Instead of gameplay, Ubisoft's latest developer diary focuses on the locations seen throughout the game.
In particular, Kingston and Havana have been recreated with period-accurate architecture. The jungles and plantations of the New World will also feature heavily in the game.