The subsequent Assassin’s Creed will probably happen within the period of Vikings if a brand new report from Kotaku and a tease in The Division 2 are to be believed.- Advertisement -
Head to the Potomac Event Center in The Division 2 and you will find a sequence of posters that function Vikings and references to Valhalla. At first look, it seems to only be a neat piece of design. However, people who find themselves approach too into the Assassin’s Creed sequence (you recognize who you might be) have seen that the character within the poster seems to be holding the Apple of Eden; an essential a part of the Assassin’s Creed mythology.
Taken by itself, this might simply be a cute reference to AC sequence, however Kotaku is reporting that a number of unbiased sources have knowledgeable them that the following Assassin’s Creed title will certainly function Vikings. At current, evidently the sport is being known as Kingdom, however since Ubisoft is not sharing any official particulars, we’re left relying on the knowledge of what has been a really dependable supply up till this level.
The dangerous information is that you simply in all probability will not get to play this Viking theme Assassin’s Creed sport for fairly a while as Ubisoft has acknowledged that the following Assasin’s Creed will skip 2019 and goal for a 2020 launch. We actually suppose that 2020 is the yr we lastly get new variations of the Xbox and PlayStation, so it stands to motive that the following AC sport will not less than cut up time earlier than present technology gadgets and subsequent technology consoles.
Interestingly, this is able to be the primary time that Ubisoft has teased an upcoming sport via an current one. You might recall that they infamously used Watch Dogs 2 to tease that Pioneer sport which will or might not nonetheless be in growth. They additionally apparently just lately revealed that the following Watch Dogs will happen in London, and there are these hints at a brand new Splinter Cell sport that followers noticed in Far Cry: New Dawn.
One factor we do know is that the following Assassin’s Creed sport will possible be launched on PC via the Epic Games Store as Ubisoft has apparently entered a long-term partnership with Epic.
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