Now that Revelations has officially hit the market, fans now have the next chapter to look forward to, and it could be taking place within the deadly sands of ancient Egypt.
I was hoping Rockstar would do a sandbox game set in ancient Egypt since forever. But I also always thought it would be a good setting for assassin's creed and god of war.
I'm sure the gangsters in ancient egypt would totally relate to the average consumer.
I always assumed the timeline of the Animus would move forward in time - dunno why I got that impression - but some Assassins in Ancient Egypt sounds fun - guess it would make since to have some "ancient" times given the the story though
Victorian London, It could take the series down a darker path and we could assasinate jack the ripper
What the hell have the last three Assassins Creeds been then!?
I'd love it, the 2 places I've wanted the series to go to the most are Egypt and Japan...so make one of them happen.
Problem is unless the new era/area has plenty of opportunity to climb....it just won't feel like asscreed. Perfect example of gamers saying they want innovation. How would we feel if the new asscreed had minimal climbing? Stealth primarily on the ground. So, did ancient Egypt have more structured that lend themselves to climbing mechanics of asscreed? I don't know. But Victorian times certainly would. As would ancient Japan or china. I once thought Ubisoft could do a whole asscreed in Atlantis! They could build it for the strengths of asscreed. And build to the final days before the ocean destroyed the civilization. Could be cool!
There is a disagree phantom going around. But yeah I agree 3000 year before B.C. is way too long ago. Huts were what the common folks lived in around those years. No structure taller then 1 story other then kindoms and such. Civilization back then was just too early and not well developed. Now what I want to see is a Assassins creed in eastern asia Ninja STYLE!
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