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. If the next game does take place in Ancient Greece, consider me excited.
And if that dude getting kicked off cliff seems recognisable, it is because it is basically just that bit from 300. As the teaser states, we can expect more information at E3. According to the website, a "more than reliable" source sent them a picture of a keychain fob in packaging bearing the game's logo and title of the upcoming franchise entry. Ubisoft hasn't yet commented on the Odyssey reports, but given Schreier's credibility and the franchise's history of leaks, it's likely that these latest rumblings will pan out. Assassin's Creed has featured female protagonists before, however this is a first for the series in which you can choose the gender between Male and Female. After a series of progressively less-interesting yearly instalments that did little to push the series forward, Origins finally gave the game the full-on reboot it deserved. If this is true, it means the series is going back to an annual schedule.
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A few days ago, an anonymous 4Chan user posted a big list of details about the game, also calling it Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
Although unconnected to the leaked merch, other rumors suggest that Assassin's Creed: Odyssey will launch in the fall of 2019. E3 is nearly here, so expect a full reveal during the big show.