Where Should the Next Assassin’s Creed Take Place?

Power Up Gaming: "It's no secret that, at this point, the Assassin's Creed series is stuck in a bit of a rut. After taking a year off of annualised games to release a feature film based on the franchise, which has not been received well despite it actually being pretty good, Ubisoft desperately needs to find a way to breathe new life into its most famous franchise. In this episode of The Gentleman's Pantry, we discuss a few small changes that Ubisoft could make to the next Assassin's Creed game that would make it much more appealing to a wider fanbase, as well as some potential locations and time periods that would make for some truly great assassinations."

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Angeljuice434d ago

Or up my backside, whichever is more unpleasant.

Foxhound922433d ago

I think a nice way to shake up the series would be to do a cold war era espionage game. Imagine doing stealthy nighttime assassinations at a secret soviet base or double agent hidden blade kills in plain sight at the Kremlin. We've had so many of the ancient and century(s) old stories, maybe something a little more recent. Just food for thought!

SavageKuma434d ago

Take it into Japan or Egypt.

AdmiralSnake434d ago

Cosign Egypt, I can see a lot of stealth/sand elements implemented.

Summons75434d ago

I'll take either as long as they go farther back in time and stop with all this annoying gun and annoying technology crap.

Dirtnapstor434d ago (Edited 434d ago )

Egypt yes. But the story needs to stay within the setting. Enough with the Animus garbage.

ironcrow2386433d ago

Certainly alot you could do with the moses/pharoah era :)

Kallisti433d ago

Was just going to say the same thing

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Amorist89434d ago

It should be set in a series of gaming conventions, slitting gamers and developers throats alike!

I actually was thinking this as a joke but its now starting to appeal to me more as I'm typing. Hmmmm....

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