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"It appears the next major installment in the popular franchise will be no different, as we have started to intercept the first rumors about it from several sources linked to Ubisoft. According to these rumors, the next game in the series is heading to ancient Greece."

"The setting of Greece would chime with other murmurs I had heard from earlier on in the development of Assassin’s Creed Origins (previously codenamed Empire). In 2015, there had been suggestions from Ubisoft sources that Greece might appear in the game, but that Egypt would be the focus. Later, these same sources began to report that Greece would instead be saved for the game that would follow Origins."

"The next Assassin’s Creed is currently scheduled for release in fall 2019. Our sources indicate that the game entered full production around the start of 2017 at Ubisoft, preceding the launch of Origins. It’s said to be in development for Xbox One, PS4 and PC."

"On the other hand, we have yet to hear anything about a Nintendo Switch version. While this doesn’t rule out the possibility of one completely, the vast scope that the game is said to be tackling might prevent Ubisoft from trying to port it to Nintendo’s less powerful hybrid machine."

Shame on the no switch version but it will be interesting to see what they plan to do with Greece. I kind of wish they's go away from a desert environment with this game, but I can live with it.


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