The new Assassin’s Creed could have a truly atypical setting

The new Assassin’s Creed could have a truly atypical setting

Assassin’s Creed is a saga that represents one of Ubisoft’s greatest successes, so much so that there is a lot of curiosity about the next chapter of the franchise .

After Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (which you can buy on offer on Amazon ) the series will necessarily have to change the cards on the table.

If the fans have already expressed themselves on the matter , now some information has emerged about the alleged historical setting of the new episode.

No, this time we are not talking about the size of the map in the strict sense , but precisely the setting of the next chapter of Assassin’s Creed , which will apparently be really atypical .

 

The well-known leaker ACG – known for having hit some predictions in the past, which later turned out to be correct – has in fact announced (via ResetEra ) in preview that the new chapter of AC will have an Aztec setting .

According to Jeremy Penter, in fact, the next chapter of the Ubisoft franchise should be set during the Aztec Empire , although at the moment all the details of the case are missing.

Some time ago there was talk that the game, known by the code name of Rift , will feature Basim , a character we learned about in Valhalla , and who apparently “will not be a huge open world” , but will focus, precisely, on the mechanics of stealth gameplay.

A game, logically speaking, which will therefore be based in a rather incisive way on stealth mechanics , like the more traditional episodes of the franchise. We just have to wait for Ubisoft to formalize everything , perhaps even with a first trailer of his new project.

We remember in any case that after the announcement of a new chapter in the works, the traditional discussions about what would be the main setting of the title were triggered.

After all, the Assassin’s Creed saga has now become very long and, in case you have always had problems following it, someone has decided to create the definitive summary .

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