Where Could Assassin’s Creed 3 Head To?

"With the recent revelation of…umm…Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, we learn that we will once again embark on another adventure against the Templar enemy alongside or good old friend, Ezio Auditore. We’ve seen a quite a bit of his era, and it has undoubtedly been a great run, but after Revelations, I think it’s safe to say the series is due for a major turn." -theGamerBuzz

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starchild3134d ago

Feudal Japan would be a better setting in my opinion. After Assassin's Creed 1 I was sure they were going to take the series to ancient Japan.

MostJadedGamer3134d ago (Edited 3134d ago )

Why in the world would they take it to Feudal Japan. We already have enough games about Japan, and Ninjas/Samurais, and it would be pretty boring if they tried to do a AC game their.

Easily the best chocie is the French Revolution, and that is where I fully expect AC3 to be set.

MostJadedGamer3134d ago

The French Revolution would easily be the best choice.

Neo Nugget3134d ago

I would love to see a female Assassin pop up somewhere.

Rybakov3134d ago

how about MODERN TIMES like the damn plot line lead up too in the last one and just hope in for reference to different time periods......ubisoft your gonna kill your franchise if you dont finish the plot

Lyr1c3134d ago

They're treating Ezio as if he is the main character.

They're starting to lose focus a bit and have yet to acknowledge Desmond's role as lead.

Quagmire3134d ago (Edited 3134d ago )

The Creative Director of ACR said that they will unveil why Ezio was an important Assassin for Desmond, and will wrap up Ezio's and Altair's stories, among answering many of the WTF questions which arose when playing each game until this.

MostJadedGamer3134d ago (Edited 3134d ago )

NO the main selling point of this series is being able to play epic in historical settings. Ubisoft risks losing a lot of sales in they ever make a AC game set in Modern times.

I think Ubisoft understands playing in epic historical settings is the biggest selling point of the AC franchise, and that is why we will NEVER see a AC game set in the Modern era. I would NOT even consider buying a AC game set in Modern times.

Quagmire3134d ago

1: Anywhere but America
2: Anytime before 1900

And preferably a Female Assassin for diversity in character/story development, but I'm fine with either.

Haze183134d ago

Egypt would be pretty cool

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