Assassin's Creed Origins followup seemingly set in Greece.
"Assassin's Creed Odyssey", the next game in the long-lived action adventure game that puts players in the shoes of a member of an ancient order of assassins, will be shown at E3, Ubisoft announced Thursday night.
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At the moment, no more information has been provided about the game, but it's very likely that we'll hear a lot more in a few days, as the Electronic Entertainment Expo kicks off in Los Angeles. According to the website, a "more than reliable" source sent them a picture of a keychain fob in packaging bearing the game's logo and title of the upcoming franchise entry. Ubisoft has not responded to requests for comments. Even more so than Origins. If you recall, there wasn't an Assassin's Creed game released in 2016. Instead, it's said that you'll get to choose whether you play as a male or female protagonist, both of whom are entirely new characters. Insiders claim that the new game will be out in less than a year and will have new gameplay elements.
That would mean it'd need to release before the end of March 2019, suggesting Ubisoft are returning the series to an yearly release schedule.
The Assassin's Creed franchise famously took a year off in 2015 after the one-two punch of Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Assassin's Creed Unity, the latter of which suffered from poor reviews.
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