Speculating Future Settings for Assassin's Creed

It is clear that the Assassin’s Creed franchise is at a crossroads. And, despite Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’s laudable quality and overall complimentary reviews, it is clear that Ubisoft is planning something for Assassin’s Creed V and beyond.

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jnelson55441600d ago

Discuss! What settings do you think will appear in the near future and what settings would you personally like to see?

AFCCannonieri1600d ago

i dont see how Fuedal Japan would be boring

CrossingEden1600d ago (Edited 1600d ago )

Because it's too predictable and easy to pull off. An italian assassin during the italian renaissance is unique, a half native american/half british assassin during the american revolution is unique, an assassin who is also a pirate is unique. Same can't be said for something as predictable as "asian=ninja/assassin& ;quo t; Also the asian aesthetic and region/environment has been used a whole lot of times in video games already. I very much enjoy when they push the unique aesthetics that are not common in gaming, like say the golden age/downfall era of piracy or the american revolution. Ubisoft's development teams obviously like to challenge themselves. -_- That being said, here's the biggest hint towards where the next installment in the franchise will go according to ubisoft, note Darby's response.

jnelson55441600d ago

The chest hint is discussed in this article. Thank you for your response!

jnelson55441600d ago

That was the opinion of one Ubisoft employee. I don't see how it would be boring either. The architecture wouldn't be the best for parkour, but many cultural/historical aspects of Japan would blend seamlessly with the AC lore.

m2stech1600d ago

Egypt or Japan/China are imminent and they were being hinted at in AC4 too.

Goro1600d ago

Ancient Egypt or Feudal Japan

SneeringImperialist1600d ago

I anticipate a future of milking the cashcow til it runs dry.

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