That Pun Is So Good
Assassin’s Creed developer Ubisoft has partnered with an organization called Limbitless Solutions. Limbitless Solutions is a non-profit organization that creates bionic arms and researches prosthetic technology for amputees and people born without limbs. They have recently worked together with Ubisoft to make a new bionic arm inspired by Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Now, that game might not have featured any prosthetic limbs, but it has style, which is one of the big draws to this project. Limbitless Solutions are introducing interchangeable “sleeves” to their arms, one of which is inspired by the Bracers of the Underworld.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is the first game to allow players to customize their armor with different pieces. While the best armor you have might not look the way you want, you have the option to change its appearance to any piece that you have picked up before. It’s fitting that Limbitless Solutions would also allow their users to change their bionic arms’ appearance to look their best. The Bracers of the Underworld are part of a Legendary armor set that is available through purchasing the Underworld Mythical Pack DLC. All that is missing from these bionic arms is a hidden blade, which begs the question: why isn’t there a futuristic/cyberpunk Assassin’s Creed? Think of the possibilities!
Limbitless Solutions’ arms have interchangeable parts called “sleeves.” The newest sleeve design from @ubisoft @assassinscreed can fit an existing Limbitless #bionic arm. This sleeve inspires Bionic kids and adults to discover their inner #strength like Kassandra. #AssassinsCreed pic.twitter.com/K1ZfkMlXsO
— Limbitless Solutions (@Limbitless3D) December 15, 2020
Limbitless Solutions has made all kinds of bionic arms before, including a Halo-inspired arm and an Iron Man arm, which was actually delivered by Robert Downey Jr.. Part of the cyberpunk aesthetic is interchangeable cybernetics and bionic arms are on the cusp of that, so we should have tons of cool options for bionic arm decals and attachments.
What kind of “sleeves” would you like to see on bionic arms? Let us know in the comments below.