IT SEEMS THERE ARE ALREADY SOME IDEAS ABOUT WHAT THE NEXT ASSASSIN’S CREED GAME WILL LIKE. FIND OUT ALL THE DETAILS
By now many assume that Ubisoft is already working on the next Assassin’s Creed game. It is one of the stellar franchises of this French company, and every so often a new installment sees the light of day.
The most recent, Valhalla, was an intergenerational title, since it came out on past-generation consoles, such as PS4 and Xbox One, and new, such as PS5 and Xbox Series X. Its successor could be on the way.
ASSASSIN’S CREED CHAMPION WOULD BE IN DEVELOPMENT
A new rumor has appeared, and it is about Assassin’s Creed Champion. This is not its official name, but in code. According to the information, it will be revealed in this year’s E3 edition.
In case it is not carried out, something normal due to the current situation, would be in an online presentation close to the event, or similar to it. Something that is made clear is that the game will not be released this year, but will be released in 2022.
The good thing is that it would be at the beginning of next year, so we wouldn’t have to wait long. Something that the rumor also mentions is that the game would be set in medieval times with a touch of fantasy.
It would be inspired by the France and Germany of that time. It seems that ancient cultures like the Greek and Egyptian will be put aside, taking the logical step after tackling the Vikings. Some people may or may not like that.
UBISOFT AT THE TIME IS KEPT VERY DISCREET
Of course, none of this information about Assassin’s Creed Champion can be taken as official. Ubisoft has declined to comment.
This is something that could be expected, as this publisher and developer prefers to make their own announcements. What remains up in the air is whether this new game will be intergenerational, as it happened with Valhalla. It is clear that at some point the PS4 and Xbox One will be sidelined.
That is something that happens generation after generation. The new consoles get all the support, and their predecessors plunge into obsolescence.
We will have to wait until the middle of the year, or sooner if possible, for more information about Assassin’s Creed Champion. Although perhaps Ubisoft should consider the suggestions of later taking the series to the Far East, something that many fans have asked for a long time.