Rogue is still an official part of the series though, and so the remastered version will include all of the previously released DLC and two new bonus missions.
Developer Ubisoft Sofia is promising 4K support for both the PS4 and Xbox One X, with enhanced textures, visual effects, and environmental rendering giving the game a much-needed overhaul.
Taking all of this into consideration, in an era that's rife with remasters, remakes, and reboots, it's hard to discern if Assassin's Creed fans will be particularly excited about the updated version of Rogue, especially since most are likely still exploring all that Origins has to offer. The remaster will come with all of the DLC from the original version including two missions, weapons, customization items, and outfits, including Bayek's clothes from Origins. Although this will be the first time that PlayStation 4 players will be able to experience the game, the Xbox One players have been able to play it since early previous year thanks to backward compatibility.
18th century, North America. Because players are sailing in the cold North Atlantic, falling in the water will quickly deplete Shay's life. After a risky mission goes tragically wrong, Shay turns his back on the Assassins who attempt to end his life. Unlike previous Assassin's Creed games, Rogue looks at the world from the other side, with Shay starting as an Assassin that ultimately falls to the Templar side of the war. Selling over 105 million units worldwide, the Assassin's Creed series is recognized for rich, engrossing storytelling, and is now established as one of the best-selling video game series in history. Assassin's Creed Rogue builds on the award-winning naval experience from Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag with all-new gameplay.