We'll see you there. This is the 13th time an Assassin's Creed game has been leaked. It's hard to glean anything else from the five-second video on Twitter, but we will be learning more at E3, likely at Ubisoft's press conference on June 11. We can also look forward to learning about the big fall update Bungie has planned for Destiny 2 and finding out what game Remedy has been working on since shipping Quantum Break in 2016. It's also worth remembering that Ubisoft has multiple teams working on games, so the extra year that Origins afforded that team, allowed this one to be in development for a year longer as well. Here's when all the shows featuring PC games will be streaming live.
After a leak earlier this morning, Ubisoft released a short video confirming the next title in the video game series is called Assassin's Creed Odyssey and is set in the time of Ancient Greece.
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". The game will take place in Ancient Greece. Instead, it's said that you'll get to choose whether you play as a male or female protagonist, both of whom are entirely new characters. According to the report, Odyssey is a sequel to Origins, but won't be staring Bayek.
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Assassin's Creed Odyssey will be revealed in detail at E3. The game is expected to have dialogue choices, which would be a first for the series.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey has yet to be dated, but the sources expect it to arrive in Ubisoft's 2019 fiscal year, which ends on March 31st, 2019.
It's the follow-up to Assassin's Creed Origins, which in itself was a soft reboot for the series after fans had grown exhausted of annual releases and repetitive mechanics.