The assassins Creed Ubisoft’s franchise has seen an expansion over the years in terms of the geographic areas the games cover, especially the newer ones like Origins. Odyssey and Valhalla. The three games in this order contained stories that were set in that order during the Egyptian, Roman civilization and the Viking invasion of English soil and represented a departure from the earlier European settings of the game.
In which part of the world would the next Assassin’s Creed game take place? Alain Mercieca, senior author of Assassin’s Creed Valhallahas some places in mind. In an interview with The Gamer, he discussed the possibility of further adventures in Ubisoft’s successful action-adventure franchise.
Mercieca says he is “someone obsessed with history” and was excited to play the next game in Brazil, which will show the time in history when the indigenous tribes of South America came into contact with Spanish invaders. He was also very interested in the opportunity to play the game in Malta.
“From the Incas to the Spanish conquistadors, it’s a very fascinating time. Although Black Flag touched some of it, I feel more in the Brazil region. “He said in the interview.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is still a new title released last year. Valhalla put the Assassin’s Creed promotion among the Vikings, with the leader of a raid group Eivor as a playable character. The game features third-party combat and the player can use traditional Viking weapons such as ax, shield, spears, lances and bows and arrows. After this trip on English soil, fans would definitely want an Assassin’s Creed title that stays true to its roots by being largely based on stealth.