Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is the first part of the AC series about pirates, which is remembered by many for its naval battles.

If you want to play Black Flag on an Android device, then there are 2 options – Termux-Box emulator (PC) or Egg NS / Yuzu emulator (Nintendo Switch). Unfortunately, there is no reliable gameplay on the Internet from the launch of Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection, a collection of 2 games – Black Flag and Rogue. I’m guessing that the optimization and FPS counter would be better than on Termux-Box.

In the meantime, let’s look at the gameplay of AC IV: Black Flag, recorded by YouTuber Mark Korolev. There are no graphical or audio artifacts, but FPS ranges from 11 to 20 frames, mostly occupying the lower range. Because of this, slowdowns occur.

Overall, Black Flag can be called playable on Android if you really want to play this part on a smartphone with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. More budget gamers should try emulation on the Nintendo Switch.

Why do gamers like Black Flag?

It was this part that took the original Assassin’s Creed concept and reinvented it, making it unique.

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