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Assassin's Creed is rumoured to return in 2019 with a Greek setting

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Assassin's Creed is rumoured to return in 2019 with a Greek setting

Assassin's Creed is rumoured to return in 2019 with a Greek setting

Assassin's Creed: Origins is a return to form for the franchise, offering gameplay that is distinctly different from other titles in the series while also providing a welcome change of pace from the often repetitive nature of some of the latest iterations of the series. 

It now seems like Ubisoft doesn't want to fall into the same pitfall as last time, with Liam Roberts from Comicbook reporting that the series will return in Fall 2019, a welcome change from Ubisoft's yearly model for the pre-Origins Assassin's Creed series. The development of the next Assassin's Creed is rumoured to have started in early 2017, targeting PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

This development date coincides with the pre-launch of the Nintendo Switch, where many dismissed the new home/mobile console hybrid as too weak when compared to other modern consoles. It is possible that Ubisoft has reconsidered the possibility of a Nintendo Switch version, given the console's success, though the hardware differences and lower specifications of Nintendo's hardware will undoubtedly require a lot of sacrifices. 

The next Assassin's Creed game is rumoured to be set in Ancient Greece, coinciding with early reports about Origins which said that it would be part of a potential trilogy known as "Empire", which would visit Egypt, Rome and Greece. 

Assassin's Creed is rumoured to return in 2019 with a Greek setting  

Fans of the series will find the change to a 2-year release cycle welcome, giving developers more time to focus on each game in the series and act on feedback before the release of their next game.  

A late 2019 release suggests that there will be no new Assassin's Creed games at E3 2018, though it is possible that new DLC or Switch ports of older AC titles could be announced at the event. 

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19-03-2018, 11:36:37

TheF34RChannel
Me = happy!

They did say recently that they'll continue to push out content throughout at least 2018, likely in the form of meaningful DLC rather than game modes.

Meanwhile, give us a new splinter cell ubi!Quote

19-03-2018, 12:27:00

AngryGoldfish
I wonder will they ever actually complete the main story arch. I mean, the first few games, while I had major issues with them, they really got me excited to find out the truth and complete the conquest. Now I don't know.Quote

19-03-2018, 13:10:23

scubasteve
oouu ouuu ouu me likey the sounds of this https://i.imgur.com/5ugHHUV.gif fingers crossed https://i.imgur.com/5ugHHUV.gifQuote

19-03-2018, 14:00:23

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I wonder will they ever actually complete the main story arch. I mean, the first few games, while I had major issues with them, they really got me excited to find out the truth and complete the conquest. Now I don't know.
The story arch is tied to the characters.

But in the grand scheme of things it'll never end. It goes back as far a man and continues to the present. It's never endingQuote

19-03-2018, 17:45:19

Wraith
No going back until they fix the audio bug, love the game but hate the ambient dialog of NPCs being so loud and cut scenes why so loud??Quote
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