Assassin’s Creed Shadows is making a big change to the series’ iconic towers to encourage you to explore its open-world Japan

After last year’s Mirage returned to series roots with a linear design, Assassin’s Creed Shadows reverts to the series’ modern open-world format, but it’s making a significant change to a series mainstay: the climbable synchronization towers.

New and longtime Assassin’s Creed fans – and even just Ubisoft fans generally – will be well familiar with these towers. They serve slightly different functions from game to game, but generally they act as a means to fill out the map with specific points of interest. However, in Assassin’s Creed Shadows, they’ll simply be vantage points you can climb up to view highlighted locations around the map.

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