The next Assassin's Creed goes to Egypt

15 January 2016 The next Assassin's Creed goes to Egypt

According to anonymous sources of a popular blog Kotaku, the new Assassin's Creed game will bring players to Egypt.

In Ubisoft the game is going by the code-name Assassin's Creed: Empire. However they don’t reveal the exact epoch. According to questionnaire, which appeared on the Internet in 2011, the game can be devoted to the epoch of Roman rule over Egypt. Besides that, there were rumours on the web saying that Ubisoft had ideas for new trilogy with one hero, whose mission was to visit ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt.

Kotaku sources also said that the next part of Assassin’s Creed will be released in 2017 – developers were allegedly unhappy with the quality of the last two games and decided to launch new games once in two years. Ubisoft’s hit in 2016 will be the continuation of ‘hackish action-thriller’ Watch Dogs.

However Ubisoft official representatives do not comment on these rumours.  It is important to note that Kotaku’s secret information providers have already foretold the story line of Assassin's Creed new games. They are responsible for information leaks on Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Assassin's Creed: Syndicate.


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