After Kotaku reported that the next Assassin's Creed game would be called Assassin's Creed Odyssey and was set in Ancient Greece, Ubisoft has now officially announced it Thursday. The video game developer tweeted a short six-second teaser video clip via its official Assassin's Creed Twitter account with the message "See you at E3!" The video shows what appears to be a Spartan warrior kicking a Persian "Immortal" off a cliff. This leak confirms rumors earlier this year that the next Assassin's Creed game would take place in Greece - the rumors also stated a Fall 2019 release, however this is unconfirmed from the leak.
The announcement comes hours after gaming site JeuxVideo posted a keychain showing the same logo and name for the now-verified "Assassin's Creed game".
Ubisoft has confirmed that it is working on Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
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But the wait turned out to be worth it, as 2016's Egyptian-themed Assassin's Creed Origins scored the most positive reviews for the franchise in some time, even if it was still a bit repetitive.
What do you think of the Assassin's Creed Odyssey reveal? Personally, the high points of the series for me remain Assassin's Creed III and Black Flag, the latter of which brought the delightful possibility of sea-traveling to the series. According to them, the game is shooting for a holiday 2018 release, and will see the return of Bayek and Aya from Origins, but feature two new protagonists. Insiders claim that the new game will be out in less than a year and will have new gameplay elements.