Nov 4, 2021

Assassin’s Creed 2019’s Location Confirmed And Interesting New Details Revealed.

Assassin’s Creed fans have now become pretty used to the leaks pre-empting any official announcement for every series. We have now started to get a few rumors about the next installment from many sources which are linked to Ubisoft, and the rumors are suggesting that the new game will head to ancient Greece.

We must, of course, take this rumor with a pinch of salt. The setting of ancient Greece seems to rhyme with a few other rumors that were floating around. In 2015, there were some suggestions from a few sources at Ubisoft that Greece may appear in this game and Egypt will be the main focus. These sources then started reporting that Greece would the focus for a game following Origins.

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Assassin’s Creed heading to Greece might have been hinted at last year as series art director, Raphael Lacoste had posted a holiday photo from his trip to Greece:

The next Assassin’s Creed game is scheduled to make its grand release by fall of 2019 and had entered production in 2017 at Ubisoft, and the game is now being said to be in development for Xbox One, PC, and PS4.

Fans are yet to hear more information and details about a Nintendo Switch version, and while this does not completely rule out any possibility of one, the scope of this new game might actually prevent Ubisoft from trying to port it to Nintendo’s less powerful hybrid machine.

It is also a possibility that Ubisoft may have a spin-off of a much older Assassin’s Creed currently in development for the Switch. They had tried to bring this franchise to Wii U before with Assassin’s Creed III, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.

One of the sources for all the latest information had given accurate and on-the-spot details on the development of Assassin’s Creed Origins.