Assassin’s Creed Rift would be in the works, but no Aztec Empire
The new chapter in the Assassin’s Creed saga is currently in the works, although very little is known about the game.
After Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (which you can buy in a special offer on Amazon ), the series will have to offer an even more varied and intriguing episode, so much so that the latest rumors bring something very interesting to the plate.
In the past few hours, the rumor had emerged that the next chapter of the franchise would be set in the times of the Aztec Empire .
Apparently, as also reported by PSU colleagues , this will not be the case, since a rather authoritative voice would have made known the title and historical setting of the new Assassin’s Creed .
Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier was quick to deny Jeremy Penter’s claim that the next game in the Assassin’s Creed franchise would have an Aztec setting.
Now, however, Schreier seems to have gone further, elaborating his original post to say what the setting and title of the next game in the series will be .
“The next chapter of AC will be Rift, set in Baghdad , ” said Schreier. “After that there will be AC Infinity, which will include a bunch of different games, experiences or biomes, whatever you want to call them, but I’ve heard of the two main ones and none of them are Aztecs.”
If the Rift title sounds familiar to you, it’s because Schreier had already brought it back in February as the title of the next main game, which would have starring Basim .
We already know that the next Ubisoft Forward has been set for September, so this is likely to be the best chance to know something official about the future of the franchise .
In this regard, the fans have already expressed themselves on the matter , revealing where – according to them – the saga should go.
But not only: have you read that an interesting analysis carried out by NexusHub has revealed a surprising result, namely that the largest map in the series does not belong to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla ?
Finally, we also remember that an Assassin’s Creed that was about to close forever will remain online, albeit with some limitations .